Trump Will Never Be Removed From Office, Even If Impeached...Here's Why
As the Democrats do everything they can to attack President Trump and get him removed from office, they don't realize they are only going to make themselves look bad in the process.
There is really nothing credible to even charge President Trump with as far as an offense goes.
Robert Mueller didn't recommend any sort of action to be taken against the President because there was not sufficient evidence to do so.
So now, the Democrats in the House of Representatives are ignoring the findings (or lack thereof) and wanting to proceed with impeaching President Trump.
They seriously think that they can do a better job at uncovering and evaluating evidence than the FBI? Get real.
Even if they are successful in getting impeachment proceedings started, nothing is ultimately going to come of it, in their favor anyway. President Trump will not be removed from office.
First of all, it's NEVER happened. Only President Clinton and President Andrew Johnson have ever been impeached.
It's important to understand what happened during this time.
- The first thing that needs to take place is for a member of the House of Representatives to issue an impeachment resolution.
- Next, the impeachment charges must be approved by a majority of the House Judiciary Committee. This will likely happen since the majority of the Committee is made up of Democrats.
- Once the House Judiciary has approved the charges, the entire House of Representatives then votes on it as well. All that is required for the President to be impeached is a simple majority. Because the Democrats control the House, the charges would be approved and the President would then be impeached.
- Now the whole thing goes to the Senate for a trial. The Senators act as the jury and if 67 members of the Senate vote to convict the President of the charges, he is then removed from office.
This will never happen due to the Republican majority in the Senate holding 53 seats and the Democrats holding only 45. In order to convict, the Democrats would need to get 20 Republicans and the two Independents to vote to convict.