Trump ‘accountable?’ Easier said than done

In the current controversy over President Trump’s challenge to the Electoral College vote and the attack on the U.S. Capitol, we hear a lot about accountability. But what does this mean in the context of U.S. political institutions that divide authority among three branches of government, and how can Congress hold the president accountable?

SMU Tower Center Academic Director James F. Hollifield and Donley T. Studlar explore this in their recent op-ed for The Hill. Go here to read more.