It all comes down as to who is in charge of foreign policythe elected President or the appointed bureaucracy. We know what the bureaucrats think.
Right now I’m reading Hornfischer’s book, Neptune’s Inferno, about the naval battles around Guadalcanal. On page 24, there’s a passage that caught my eye, “In his personal role as an agent of the White House, Ghormley enabled President Roosevelt to bypass Ambassador Kennedy and the State Department in communicating with 10 Downing Street.” Would this be an example of impeachable behavior?
Joseph Kennedy was a Nazi sympathizer, so ... yeah.