Much will be written in the history books in this momentous event of Donald Trump being impeached for a second time. And in the history of the United States only four sitting presidents have been impeached. Trump can take credit for half of those. And on this, the eve of the vote to impeach by the U.S. House of Representatives and in a bi-partisan vote Trump will be feeling the will of the American people; the People he attacked on January 6, 2021, which for all intents and purposes is responsible for and who in the most despicable manner imagined ‘enjoyed.’
His Vice-president Mike Pence is still, as of this writ resisting the call to invoke the 25th Amendment Sec. 4 of the U.S. Constitutions for reasons that are to this point unknown. However, it is this correspondent’s feeling that his meeting with Trump yesterday, Monday perhaps involved the topic of Trump resigning and Pence granting him a pardon.
As far-fetched as this may seem to many, nothing .. but nothing is beyond the pale of uncertainty with Trump and his crime family and organization – as nothing should come as a surprise if: 1) he resigns, and or 2) leaves the Whitehouse the day before the inauguration and hole-up in Mar-a-Lago, Florida 3) flees the country .. or even .. well .. his “terrific guy” and pedophile friend the late-Jeffrey Epstein certainly leaps to mind, but perish that thought (for now).