On the other hand, trying to define and delineate all of Trump’s theoretically impeachable offenses in separate charges would be extremely complex and probably logistically impossible. Therefore, the House, which has wide constitutional latitude with regard to how they can structure the impeachment/indictment against a president, should consider a slightly different configuration.

Instead of charging Trump with a specific act that is impeachable, they should indict him with four broad varieties of “crime,” using the multiple explicit incidences within each area as the evidence to back up the general allegation. In other words, rather than, in theory, charging Trump with one specific “burglary,” they should indict him instead for having been a serial “burglar.”

Taking this concept out of the theoretical and putting it into the practical, here is what those four charges could look like…