BOBBY CAINA CALVAN, KATHLEEN RONAYNE and CALVIN WOODWARD
We interrupt the holiday spirit to bring you the impeachment of a president.
In festive haunts, buzzing stores and rush-hour frenzy, Americans absorbed the moment Donald Trump became only the third president branded with the mark of impeachment, the Constitution's gravest political indictment.
Depending whom you ask in this deeply polarized country, Americans saw the House vote Wednesday night as a just expression of the nation's founding document, or a gross distortion of it. They saw Trump getting what he deserves, or being hunted by witches.
They reflect the polling that finds a great divide over whether Trump should be driven from office. On this, though, they might agree with Mark McQueen, a state governme