A Constitutional Conundrum - This Could Be Fun

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What if one vote in the impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson had gone the other way and he had been removed from office for violating the Tenure Of Office Act which was clearly unconstitutional and stated to be so through a dicta by SCOTUS in Myers v. United States. What would have been the constitutional repercussions, if any, of removing a President for the violation of an unconstitutional act? Let's hear some scholarly opinions from the legal eagles among us.
 
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