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Do you think Trump will be impeached or forced to resign?


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Do you believe Trump will be impeached or forced to resign?  

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With the appointment of a Special Prosecutor to investigate the Trump campaign, do you believe that Trump will ultimately be impeached or forced to resign?

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Right now, the doofus POTUS is actually a big plus to Democrats. The more stupid and idiotic he looks and the more the kowtowed congress goes along, the more and more likely Democrats will take the house in 2018. As much as some Democrats want impeachment or a resignation, I think they hope it won't happen until late next year after the elections are done. There is no bigger selling point for the Democrats than the failing POTUS. It makes for excellent ads.

 

It can actually be better for Republicans to cut the rope now before they hang as a whole but that won't happen. They have no idea how to finesse this to their advantage. They were too busy being the party of "NO" for so long, they forgot how to do anything else but be stubborn.

 

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Trump will eventually resign and in typical Trump cry-baby fashion (#1 snowflake) blame 'the establishment' etc etc for his downfall, rather than the man-child in the mirror. Below, Reddit's take on the odd resignation announcement of Chaffetz (from both Congress and as chair of the House Oversight Committee which leads a spineless Russia/Trump investigation) could easily also apply to Trump when he  resigns:  

 

He's just going to bribe off into the sunset.

 

I'm sure he has his treasons.

 

He really was Russian to get out

 

He's Putin' on his best face as he meets the press.
 
He Moscow where his heart tells him to.

 

His entire political career is left in rubles

 

https://www.reddit.com/r/politics/comments/66h51i/why_is_jason_chaffetz_running_away_a_rising/


(Note Trey Gowdy who headed the House Select Committee on Benghazi is expected to take over for Chaffetz... sure he'll be as tenacious investigating Trump... ) Bottom line: Trump resigns prior to impeachment humiliation.

 

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                         Trump will do what another Republican scoundrel did:  resign when it's clear he's going to be busted open like a rotten coconut stepped on by an elephant.

 

                          However, many people will continue to fall (falling on their swords, or just getting drop-kicked out the back door of the WH) for Trump.  He's great at ruining careers.  Trump fans keep thinking that all the shit has already hit the fan.  No way, Jose.  There are truckloads more shit lining up to dump on Trump.  We haven't seen 25% of the dirt on Trump.     

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A slight correction......not a special prossecuter .....but a special council......

I know....same same but different.....sounds less accusatorial for a start and very slight difference in powers.

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Comparing apples and oranges.

Impeachment doesn't mean removal from office.

Bill Clinton was impeached, but, completed his term.

Think of impeachment as a Congressional slap on the wrist.

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I voted no, not because I am a Trump supporter, but because impeachment does not automatically mean removal from office. 

 

First of all, the standard of guilt needed for a successful impeachment is quite high.  There have only been two impeachments in US history - Johnson in the 1860s and Bill Clinton in the 1990s.  Both were impeached, that is, tried by the Senate, but not found guilty or removed from office.  It is quite possible that the same thing could happen to Trump.

 

Secondly, I don't think that Trump's ego and self-image would let him resign.  He may be kicked out eventually, but it will only be after a long chaotic period of political battles and growing mental instability.

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I have seen several media sources suggesting that the last thing the Democratic Party wants is a President Pence, since the man is a politician who knows what he is doing.

 

I hope Trump stays long enough to hasten the inevitable decline of the useless legacy media, then steps aside on health grounds, or other terms of his own making.

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46 minutes ago, boomerangutang said:

                         Trump will do what another Republican scoundrel did:  resign when it's clear he's going to be busted open like a rotten coconut stepped on by an elephant.

 

                          However, many people will continue to fall (falling on their swords, or just getting drop-kicked out the back door of the WH) for Trump.  He's great at ruining careers.  Trump fans keep thinking that all the shit has already hit the fan.  No way, Jose.  There are truckloads more shit lining up to dump on Trump.  We haven't seen 25% of the dirt on Trump.     

At last I have found one of your posts that is so far off the mark it is worthy of comment.  :wink:

 

" There are truckloads more shit lining up to dump on Trump.  We haven't seen 25%   10% of the dirt on Trump.     "  :whistling: - That, I feel puts your post in a more accurate perspective.

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1 minute ago, terryw said:

He will complete his 4 year term and decide not to stand for re-election.

Kind of agree. It's obvious he only wanted to "win" the presidency and is not enjoying the actual job ("I miss my old life" boo-hoo).

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He'll be in for 8 years. He might have made a few impulsive and unthought decisions but overall, he is the one to stand for American values and not fall into that politically correct / equality / feeling hurting bullsh1t. Clinton was supporting abortion rights, salary equality, and "equal rights", which we all know is not what society needs. It was time to stop the decline short, and Trump is trying his best to do that, while Clinton would have continued dragging the country down.

 

I obviously don't support Trump's war decisions and war on drugs ("tough on crime" policy) but I believe he's the one that will help stop the decline and bring the population to its senses regarding the plumetting birth rates, migrant invasion, over-entitled feminist women, politically correctness, destruction of families, and loss of culture.

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