Dumping Trump. All You Need to Know About How He Could Legally Be Removed from the White House

Hannah Ryan
Newsweek
Dumping Trump. All You Need to Know About How He Could Legally Be Removed from the White House
Dumping Trump. All You Need to Know About How He Could Legally Be Removed from the White House

There are many allegations against Donald Trump that may give rise some day to either criminal prosecution or congressional sanction. In this article, we explain a range of options (and the legal issues each raises): including indictment and prosecution, a grand jury statement of wrongdoing, impeachment, censure, and, for the sake of completeness, the Twenty-Fifth Amendment. In light of reports that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating Trump personally for obstruction of justice, an obvious issue is whether Mueller could ultimately seek to indict and prosecute the president.

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