Who has the Power to Impeach?

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In the United States of America the House of Representatives and the Senate have the power to impeach. Impeachment is usually sought when a man or woman in power, such as the President does an illegal act. I hope this helps! You can find more information here: en.wikipedia.org
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The only people who have the final say and ruling for an impeachment is the House of Representatives. The House of Representatives has the power to impeach the President, the Vice President and all civil officers.
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