Should Donald Trump be IMPEACHED?

It’s been more than 2 months since President Trump took office. And he’s already violated the Constitution multiple times:

— He refused to give up ownership of his billion-dollar corporation.
— He tried to BAN Muslims from entering the country — a clear violation of the First Amendment!
— And now, it’s become clear that his campaign coordinated with Russia prior to the election — AND HE LIED ABOUT IT!

We cannot stand aside as Trump undermines our Democracy and tears our country apart. We MUST stop Trump.

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Should Donald Trump be IMPEACHED?


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President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner hid DOZENS of meetings with Russians
The Trump administration is ALREADY being investigated for its ties to Russia. Now we know that Jared Kushner covered-up dozens of meetings with Russian officials.
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In order for him to gain access to the country’s best-kept secrets, the President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, was required to report ALL contacts he had with foreign government officials over the past seven years.

But Kushner covered up DOZENS of meetings with Russian officials.

It is irresponsible, reckless, and dangerous to allow Jared Kushner to have access to secure information when we don’t know what he has discussed with the Russians!

Jared Kushner MUST resign! Sign your name if you agree:


How much crazy can popular vote loser Donald Trump pack into one interview before he gets sued—or better yet, impeached? More than you can imagine. Frankly, more than you want to imagine.

Trump’s interview with Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo, which aired Wednesday morning, was too batsh*t crazy to cover in just one post. So we’ve divided Trump’s madness into sections to help readers navigate the head-spinning thought process of the man who’s now in command of our nuclear arsenal.

Keep in mind that Article 4 of the 25th Amendment doesn’t define the parameters for removing a president. It only requires a “written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office.”

Trump vs. Trump

In this section we explore Trump’s interview comments as a 180-degree reversal of things he’s said in the past. You can call it revisionist history, or you can call it loony tunes. Both are accurate.

First up: Syria.

TRUMP:  Look, what I did should have been done by the Obama administration a long time before I did it and you would have had a much better — I think Syria would be a lot better off right now than it has been. […]

TRUMP:  I don’t know what happened, but he didn’t do it.  And in fact, they had a big attack right after he drew the red line in the sand.  They had a very big attack and everybody waited, what’s going on, and nothing happened.

And even the Obama people admitted he was wrong for not doing it.

Remarkable. Trump repeatedly took to Twitter in 2013 to say what a “big mistake” attacking Syria would be, not to mention that he based his entire campaign on isolationism. Bombing Syria “could very well lead to World War III,” he warned last fall.

Next up: Nominations

TRUMP:  Yes, I am waiting right now for so many people.

BARTIROMO:  You’re under staffed.

TRUMP:  Hundreds and hundreds of people.  And then they’ll say, why isn’t Trump doing this faster?

You can’t do it faster, because they’re obstructing.  They’re obstructionists.

So I have people — hundreds of people that we’re trying to get through.

A mere two months ago, Trump claimed that leaving hundreds of key posts unfilled was a feature—not a bug—of his administration. Circa February 2017:

“When I see a story about ‘Donald Trump didn’t fill hundreds and hundreds of jobs,’ it’s because, in many cases, we don’t want to fill those jobs,” Trump said. […]

“A lot of those jobs, I don’t want to appoint, because they’re unnecessary to have,” Trump said.


Trump managed to repeat every one of his libelous claims about President Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Susan Rice in one sitting. On Clinton’s emails:

Don’t forget, when Jim Comey came out, he saved Hillary Clinton.  People don’t realize that.  He saved her life, because — I call it Comey won.  And I joke about it a little bit.

When he was reading those charges, she was guilty on every charge.  And then he said, she was essentially OK.  But he — she wasn’t OK, because she was guilty on every charge.

On his completely unfounded charge that Susan Rice committed a crime in allegedly unmasking identities of Trump operatives:

When you look at Susan Rice and what’s going on, and so many people are coming up to me and apologizing now.  They’re saying you know, you were right when you said that.

Perhaps I didn’t know how right I was, because nobody knew the extent of it.

Nobody except Trump thinks he’s right.

Circling back to his original claim that Obama illegally wiretapped him:

TRUMP: Oh, sure. We’re talking about surveillance. It was wiretapped in quotes.  “The New York Times” said the word wiretapped in the headline of the first edition.  Then they took it out of there fast when they realized.

But I put wiretapped in quotes, meaning, because, look, wiretapping is an old-fashioned…


TRUMP:  — there are too many wires anymore, right?


TRUMP:  You don’t have a lot of wires.  Look at this room.  This room used to have a lot of wires.  Now it doesn’t have so many wires.

Technology dawns. Trump enters the new millennium. Solid.

Non sequiturs

Admittedly, we were just examining the transcript here. But based on that, Trump appeared to suddenly leap from one train of thought to the next without any reason at all.

For instance, one minute he’s talking about how many Republicans he needs to pass health care—and then he just flows right into Syria. No prompting.

But we need close to 100 percent.  That’s a pretty hard thing to get.  But we get it.

TRUMP:  OK, just so you understand, we’re not going into Syria, because, you know, there were some questions.

Or one minute he’s taking credit for scaring companies into keeping jobs in America, then suddenly he’s on to appointments:

Now, there’s retribution.  And they understand that.  Now, at the same time, I’m going to treat them great.  But we want them to expand their plants and build new plants and that’s what they’re doing.

TRUMP:  Yes, I am waiting right now for so many people.

BARTIROMO:  You’re under staffed.

Nice save, Bartiromo.

Seriously, maybe he was asked something in between one thing and another, but it wasn’t marked on the transcript.

Noncategorical nuggets

What does he think about the “border adjustment tax”?


He wants to call it an “import tax” or a “reciprocal tax”—because that’s apparently more manly?

Also, when the pr*sident sets a deadline and the media reports it, it’s “fake news.”

TRUMP:  Well, you know, I put a deadline on health care and the fake news immediately went crazy, because when I didn’t make the deadline…

Who knows?

Finally, we get to the “I have no idea what my policy is” portion of the interview.

BARTIROMO:  Does the strike against Syria give more leverage to Rex Tillerson ahead of his meeting with his counterpart in Russia?

TRUMP:  I don’t know.  I don’t know.  I can’t tell you.  But I’ll let you know soon, because they’re going to be finishing that meeting pretty soon.

Fear not, he’ll get back to us on that.

BARTIROMO: What we are doing right now in terms of North Korea?

TRUMP:  You never know, do you?

You never know.


TRUMP:  You know I don’t think about the military.

This is the effing Pr*sident of the United States, the commander in chief of our Armed Forces. He doesn’t know. He doesn’t care. He doesn’t think, he just reacts.

Trump ends the interview on what can only be described as “The Chocolate Cake” portion of interview, where he revels in his ability to enjoy “the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake that you’ve ever seen” with Chinese president Xi Jinping while firing “59 missiles” into Syria. It’s just phenomenal, isn’t it?

So our commander in chief doesn’t “think about the military” but finds it absolutely captivating that he can order destruction on a whim while consuming the pleasantries of high-end civilian living.

Isn’t that just the seat of power?

And isn’t that frightening?