The exchange of threats between President Trump and Kim Jung-un has continued. As reported in this article, the President recently tweeted that “talking to North Korea . . . . hasn’t worked.”
It is difficult to tell whether these threats of war are actually substantive; however, it is interesting to consider whether if such violence was acted upon, it could constitute an impeachable offense. This blog has considered abuse of pardon power at length — is it possible that Trump could abuse his powers as Commander-in-Chief? And if so, could he be impeached for it?