Johnson Does What He Wants?
President Johnson Removes Stanton from Senate
Johnson Doesn't Play By The Rules
What Did The Senate Have To Say About This?
Johnson Didn't Stop There
What Happened to Johnson Next?
The trial began in March 1868 and lasted 3 months. Johnson was not removed from being President because several Republicans voted for the verdict of not guilty because they did not believe he should be moved from office for political differences. Johnson stayed in office until the end of his term in March 1869.
Ask Yourself: Is this Really the Kind of President You Want?
President Johnson (An Average American's View)
I'm not only afraid of the kind of power that is held within his grips, but am also afraid of the kinds of things that he can do with this.
How can he be let off the hook just because "he has different political views?" What he did was not right. It violated the Tenure of Office Act.