Twenty Fifth Amendment

"He’s nuts. He’s erratic. He’s cruel," former Rep. Joe Walsh said of the president. "He doesn’t give a damn about America.”
In recent weeks, President Trump’s comments have restarted talks about whether the 25th Amendment can be used to force him from office.
The president's critics want him out after a wild day even by 2019 standards.
Twitter users have a civics lesson for Trump after his latest complaint.
He said talks about invoking the 25th Amendment came after FBI Director James Comey was fired and before special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed.
The MSNBC host cited the 25th Amendment, which covers the government's ability to remove a sitting president.
The president has long sought an excuse to fire the deputy attorney general and replace him with someone who would get rid of the special counsel.
However, a source tells HuffPost that the deputy attorney general’s comments about recording Trump were “sarcastic.”
Trump officials need to do more than "take documents off his desk, write anonymous op-eds," the senator told CNN.
There's a process for removing incompetent presidents. An anonymous op-ed isn't it.
A secret "resistance" effort even considered invoking the 25th Amendment to get him out of office, an unnamed administration official wrote in The New York Times.
As concerns over Trump’s mental fitness grow, could the 25th Amendment of the U.S. constitution be used to force him from office?
A president unable to separate the world from self can do America untold damage.
Responsible folks from both parties should put a stop to it now.
This is a tall order considering that the GOP controls both the Cabinet and the Congress.
It might be time, rather than calling for impeachment, to discuss another course.
It's probably been a minute since you thought about the 25th Amendment, right?