Twenty Fifth Amendment
A majority in the House has voted in favor of urging the vice president to remove Donald Trump from office after the president encouraged a riot at the Capitol.
Despite the Capitol riot, doing so would not be "consistent with our Constitution," the vice president wrote to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
"Be careful what you wish for," the outgoing president warned, saying removing him from office would "come back to haunt Joe Biden."
Trump is accused of inciting his supporters to riot at the U.S. Capitol.
“This unhinged President could not be more dangerous,” the House Speaker told colleagues.
If the vice president doesn't invoke the amendment, House Democrats may move forward with impeachment proceedings in the wake of the Capitol riot.
"Trump’s continuance in office poses unacceptable risks to America," the editorial read.
Congressional Democrats have called on Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment or else they will impeach Trump again.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger said the Capitol Hill insurrection shows "the president is unfit, and the president is unwell."
The news channel host said the president "is clearly a danger and threat to the republic" after Wednesday's pro-Trump assault on the Capitol.