Campus Climate: Oct. 3

We wanted to know how much Vassar students knew about the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. To find out, we asked around!

I know about it, but I don’t know the exact details. I believe Trump asked the president of Ukraine [Volodymyr Zelensky] to investigate Joe Biden’s son’s business in Ukraine. Asking a foreign power to investigate a politcal rival should be subject to an impeachment inquiry.

Kallen Cornish ’23

I haven’t been keeping up with it as much as I should have been. I know about the stuff over the last few years, like the Mueller report, but I don’t know the specifics of this particular case.

Rayya Brooks ’23

I was actually just catching up on the whistleblower complaints and impeachment proccess. We talked about it in my political sci-ence class. Although I don’t think it has a high chance of passing the Senate, the impeachment inquiry is still so important because it’s official. It’s finally happening because a majority of the coun-try is finally ready to declare that their president was never an honest, trustworthy leader.

Alysa Chen ’23

As far as I know, [President Trump] allegedly put pressure on Ukraine up to eight times to investigate Hunter Biden, and the people who want to impeach him believe that that’s an abuse of power.

Marcus D’Agostino ’23

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