“As a practical matter, it makes no difference at all,” my colleague Mara Liasson said on NPR Sunday.
But in the slightly longer term, she said, his statement could matter because “the Senate is sending a message” through this proceeding.
The president can be told to change his behavior, or be told that Congress will do nothing to constrain him.
“I’m not terrified by him,” Alexander told me.
“I say what I think.” The 79-year-old, who is not seeking reelection, says Congress still has leverage over the president.

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