The question refers to the passage below. The President will be elected to four years and is re-eligible as often as the people of the United States think him worthy of their confidence.we must conclude that the permanency of the President’s four-year term is less dangerous than a three-year term for the top official in a single state. The president of the United States can be impeached, tried, and on conviction of bribery, or other high crimes or misdemeanors, removed from office. Afterwards he would be liable to prosecution and punishment in the ordinary course of law. -Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 69, 1788 Which amendment to the Constitution has made some of the argument in the passage above moot (does not matter)?