Could Trump be removed from office by December 1st?
- Will BLv 72 weeks ago
Bill Clinton's Impeachment took 10 months. That's 10 months from the time proceedings began in the House to end of the trial in Senate where he was acquitted
Proceedings have not began against Trump, it is still only an inquiry.
If the House does decide to impeach, I predict it will a year from the time actual impeachment proceedings begin in the House to the the end of the trial in the Senate.
That is assuming, of course, the House does impeach the President.
- Jake No ChatLv 73 weeks ago
Yes, it is possible, but it certainly is not likely.
- BobLv 43 weeks ago
Almost certainly not. The wheels of justice grind a bit too slowly for that but grind they do and whether it's some time prior to Nov 2020 or during the next election itself, he will indeed find himself out on his very large backside, at which point the many many MANY vultures waiting to feed on the carrion of his political aspirations will be there to greet him.
- LollyLv 73 weeks ago
He could resign at the request of his own party. They now see he's a liability to their own careers. It's inevitable.
He's trying to hang in there because as soon as he's out of office the indictments that are ready will be served to him.
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- Anonymous3 weeks ago
By one of the Democrat assassins?
Are you going to have the Clinton Crime Family take care of the job?
- audreyLv 73 weeks ago
No way. Not happening.
- David B.Lv 73 weeks ago
Sure, in your dreams!
- 3 weeks ago
It's possible that he'll be removed via being physically unfit- he's been reported having heart problems though I'm uncertain how much substance there is in that he is an old man, it's not inconceivable.
- Justin ThymeLv 73 weeks ago
Not a chance. .....
- No ImpeachmentLv 63 weeks ago