Will Trump try what Nixon did? 1 reply

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That Team Rocket Guy

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#1 1 year ago

My limited understanding of the Mueller investigation and the guys position is that he would be impossible for the President to directly fire.  He basically has to keep firing people who can fire Mueller until that person fires him.  Will this happen?  Would it change anything about odds of the guy going away (impeachment?) and will Canadian media stop reporting on your president?

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#2 1 year ago


The above is the best outcome we can hope for in this situation. Should trump either be removed by use of the 25th amendment, or he resigns (doubtful), we'd be stuck with Pence as President and he's no great person either. He's a more political version of trump, that's all.  

Under the process decreed by the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, President Nixon was instructed to the fill vacant office of vice president by nominating a candidate who then had to be approved by both houses of Congress. Nixon’s appointment of Representative Gerald Ford of Michigan was approved by Congress and, on December 6, Ford was sworn in. He became the 38th president of the United States on August 9, 1974, after the escalating Watergate affair caused Nixon to resign.

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