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Alumna addresses president’s strategy for handling impeachment

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Furman alumna Danielle Lupton ’08 is assistant professor of political science at Colgate University.

Danielle Lupton, a 2008 Furman University political science graduate and assistant professor of political science at Colgate University, has written an article about why President Donald Trump is not likely to wage a diversionary war even while facing an impeachment inquiry. She and Colgate colleague Valerie Morkevicius outline three reasons Trump might choose an alternative strategy. Read more in The Washington Post.

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