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How Difficult Would It Be to Impeach President Trump?

How Difficult Would It Be to Impeach President Trump?
Among his critics, talk of impeachment began long before President Donald Trump even took office.

In September, a law professor argued that lawsuits against Trump University had already laid the groundwork for an impeachment case. A history professor who has accurately predicted every presidential election since 1984 has said Trump’s impeachment is imminent.

It’s not just academics, either.

In February, Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota said Trump’s actions “legitimately raise the question of impeachment.” In March, Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters of California issued an even more direct warning: “Get ready for impeachment.”

But the process of impeaching an American president,
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Disney Xd Orders Fourth Season Of ‘Lab Rats’

Disney Xd has picked up a fourth season of sci-fi teen comedy series Lab Rats for a 2015 premiere. Created by Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore (That ’70s Show), the series stars Billy Unger, Spencer Boldman, Kelli Berglund, Tyrel Jackson William and Hal Sparks. Peterson, Moore and Hayes Jackson (According To Jim) exec produce. Season 3 has the Davenport family recovering from Douglas wiping out their lab and Perry learning their bionic secret when they are introduced to Krane, a more powerful evil force who is intent on destroying them and taking over the world. Season 4 will pick up with Leo, Adam, Bree, and Chase having relocated to the secret Davenport Bionic Academy. Production for Season 4 begins in October in Los Angeles. Lab Rats is Disney Xd’s No. 1 series in total viewers and across its targeted kids and boys 2-11, 6-11, 6-14 and 9-14 demos. The series is produced by It’s A Laugh Productions.
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Disney Xd Orders Third Season Of ‘Lab Rats’

Exclusive: The sci-fi adventure has been Disney Xd‘s No. 1 series among total viewers and key kid demos this year. Now the channel has ordered a third season of Lab Rats, which follows an ordinary teenager (Tyrel Jackson Williams) who attends high school with his older teen siblings (Spencer Boldman, Kelli Berglund, Billy Unger) — who happen to be super-humans with bionic powers. “The comedic storytelling coupled with the chemistry between our incredibly talented creative team and ensemble cast has created a show that resonates with our Disney Xd audience,” said Disney Channels Evp Adam Bonnett. Lab Rats was created by Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore, who exec produce along with Hayes Jackson. Production on Season 3 of the series from It’s A Laugh Productions begins in September in La for a winter 2014 premiere. Lab Rats got a 26-episode order for Season 2 in November.
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Disney Xd’s Top-Rated Series ‘Lab Rats’ Renewed For Second Season

Exclusive: Disney Xd has picked up its top series Lab Rats for a second season. Created and executive produced by Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore, the sci-fi comedy is about a teenager who lands the ultimate wish fulfillment when he gets three super-human step-siblings. It stars Billy Unger, Spencer Boldman, Kelli Berglund, Tyrel Jackson Williams and Hal Sparks. Its premiere was Disney Xd’s No. 1 original series telecast of all time in total viewers and key 6-14 and 9-14 demos, and Lab Rats is now pacing as the network’s highest-rated series ever in total viewers (1.1 million), kids 2-11 (684,000/1.7 rating), kids 6-14 (719,000/2.0 rating), kids 6-11 (563,000/2.3 rating) and tweens 9-14 (489,000/2.0 rating). “Chris and Bryan have created a smart comedy about a bionic family with a twist that’s tailor-made for Disney Xd,” said Adam Bonnett, Svp Original Programming, Disney Channels Worldwide.
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Lab Rats Invade Disney Xd

Meet TV's newest superheroes when the Disney Xd live-action comedy series Lab Rats debuts tonight with a special one-hour episode.

Created by That '70s Show veterans Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore, the series centers on high schooler Leo Dooley (Tyrel Jackson Williams) and his three bionic step-siblings: there's strongman Adam (Spencer Boldman), incredibly fast Bree (Kelli Berglund) and ...

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Disney Xd Orders Live-Action Comedy Pilot

Exclusive: Disney Xd has added another pilot to its growing development slate. The boy-centric cable channel has greenlighted Pack of Wolves, a comedy from writer Jason Ward (Living with Fran). Ward and Jay Kogen (Frasier) are executive producing the project, which centers on the Oppenheimer siblings (Edison, Darwin, and Albert). They are being raised by their single dad, a brilliant professor, who rents their extra bedroom to a guy named Timberwolf (aka the Wolf), a rogue spy looking for a place to lie low. The Wolf proceeds to teach the kids how to apply spy tactics to their teen lives in the suburbs. Disney Xd has been relying mostly on broadcast sitcom veterans for its development. The channel recently handed out a series order to multi-camera comedy Wasabi Warriors created by Jim O'Doherty (Grounded for Life). And in May, it ordered a comedy pilot from That '70s Show alumni Mark Brazill,
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Disney Xd Orders 'Billion Dollar' Pilot

Exclusive: Disney Xd has greenlighted Billion Dollar Freshmen, a comedy pilot from That '70s Show alumni Mark Brazill, Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore that could be described as a teenage, inflation-adjusted version of The Six Million Dollar Man set in high school. Additionally, the boy-oriented cable channel is close to ordering another half-hour pilot from a sitcom veteran, Kickin' It, written by Jim O’Doherty (3rd Rock From the Sun) Peterson and Moore created Billion Dollar Freshmen and are executive producing with Brazill. Mark Cendrowski (Big Bang Theory) is set to direct. The show centers on two teenage brothers in high school [...]
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Disney Xd Orders 'Billion Dollar' Pilot

Exclusive: Disney Xd has greenlighted Billion Dollar Freshmen, a comedy pilot from That '70s Show alumni Mark Brazill, Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore that could be described as a teenage, inflation-adjusted version of The Six Million Dollar Man set in high school. Additionally, the boy-oriented cable channel is close to otrdering another half-hour pilot from a sitom veteran, Kickin' It, written by Jim O’Doherty (3rd Rock From the Sun) Peterson and Moore created Billion Dollar Freshmen and are executive producing with Brazill. Mark Cendrowski (Big Bang Theory) is set to direct. The show centers on two teenage brothers in high school [...]
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