Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is currently investigating Russia’s interference in the election and the Trump campaign’s contacts with them, reportedly believes that Donald Trump will not complete his first term in office as president.
According to a report from The New Yorker, Warner “privately told friends that he puts the odds at two to one against Trump completing a full term.” His spokesman said Warner bases his beliefs on “the totality of challenges” Trump is facing in the Oval Office.
The article, titled “How Trump Could Get Fired,” notes that “Trump’s critics are actively exploring the path to impeachment or the invocation of the Twenty-fifth Amendment, which allows for the replacement of a President who is judged to be mentally unfit.”
As Shareblue has documented, Trump may well deserve to be impeached. During his short time in office,...