Whether you’re for Donald Trump or against him, one thing is obvious – Washington doesn’t like him. Since the day Donald Trump was (s)elected, several reports have indicated that various groups and individuals within the Washington establishment have sought to oust him.
Now, members of Congress are holding ‘secret conversations,’ and private meetings about whether Donald Trump should be removed from office, reports suggest.
According to The New Yorker, there are two ways that Donald Trump could be swooped out of office; “either through impeachment by Congress or via the 25th Amendment to the US Constitution, which allows for a president to be removed if he is considered to be mentally unfit.”
Interestingly enough, some members of Congress aren’t the only individuals seeking President Trump’s ouster; as of late, so is Hillary Clinton.
Hillary is opening a new political fundraising committee now that she has declared herself “part of the resistance.” Similarly, Obama is also a part of the same resistance, or so he says.
“The resistance,” is in large part dictated and funded by George Soros, the billionaire leftist, who backed Hillary Clinton’s campaign with millions of dollars.
According to The New Yorker, there is a one percent chance to a fifty percent chance of Trump being removed from office, again, for one of two reasons impeachment or mentally unfit.
The Washington elite could label Trump as mentally unfit for simply attacking the mainstream media. According to Psychology Today;
In nearly every forum, President Trump’s ability to exercise self-control evaporates when anyone, especially the press, breaks through his rigorously protected delusional system by challenging him. It is at these times, he makes claims that all news sources (with the exception of the ones that support him) are not only biased, but are the enemy of the people. “As you know, I have a running war with the media. They are among the most dishonest human beings on Earth,” Trump said while speaking at the CIA headquarters on his second day in office. Outrageous, unfounded allegations are not just limited to the body of the press, but against fellow Americans as well, including his most recent claim that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower.
Grandiosity is the most prevalent of President Trump’s delusions. In claiming to know more than the intelligence community does, with regard to Russian hacking, Trump remarked: “I don’t have to be told, you know, I’m, like, a smart person. I don’t have to be told the same thing and the same words every single day for the next eight years,” continuing on that he knew “things that other people don’t know.” – More
The mainstream media is against the best interests of the public, and Trump states this openly, but somehow – psychologists are trying to claim that because ‘The Donald’ doesn’t support CNN and other mainstream outlets, he has a mental illness.
That spells trouble for many Americans who also don’t support the mainstream media, because if Trump were to be ousted for mental health issues related to his disproval of the press, what exactly would become of all the Americas who are also dissatisfied with the media? Chances are similar labels.