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The United States president is constitutionally forbidden from tampering with the judiciary through removals. Congress has the sole authority to affirm justice appoints, and remove them (in addition the president and civil servants themselves) through the articles of impeachment.

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Q: The president may remove justices and all other federal judges with the approval of the House of Representatives?
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