House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), has turned what was once a respected committee into one which fosters further public distrust in an already unpopular
body of government. His impeachment investigation has little to do with fact-finding and most everything to do with undoing an election.
Pundits have frequently complained that the president has not been afforded due process by Schiff and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). While this criticism might be legally misplaced — due process is not constitutionally guaranteed in the House’s consideration of impeachment — the credibility of the impeachment process has been rightfully questioned
James D. Schultz is a CNN legal commentator and chair of the Government and Regulatory practice at Philadelphia-based law firm Cozen O’Connor. He served as senior associate counsel and special assistant to the president in the Office of White House Counsel during the Trump administration