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Who was the first president impeached?


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Andrew Johnson

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The impeachment of President Andrew Johnson was the result of political conflict & the rupture of ideologies in the aftermath of the Civil War. The Tenure of Office Act, passed over Johnson's veto in 1867, stated that a president could not dismiss appointed officials without the consent of Congress.

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