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miércoles, 24 de mayo de 2017

No One Knows Who Will Be President in 2018. That's Frightening

No One Knows Who Will Be President in 2018. That's Frightening
- As the scandal and furor surrounding ousted National Security Advisor Michael Flynn and his ties to both the Turkish and Russian governments increasingly ropes in President Trump, it appears more and more likely that Trump knew of those illicit ties. Additionally, there’s the other information that Trump revealed to the Russians during an Oval Office meeting — that by firing FBI director James Comey, he had sought to end any investigation into his ties with Russia and its efforts to destabilize American democracy. With these nonstop bombshells and the ongoing investigations — which now include a special counsel — it appears that Trump is almost certainly involved in the scandal and possibly guilty of impeachable offenses. If Trump were clever enough, he would resign well before impeachment proceedings begin, and indeed, it has been revealed that the White House counsel has begun researching the articles of impeachment (Trump also just hired a lawyer to deal with the exploding Russia probe). With this on the horizon, we should begin to take a look at Mike Pence, the man who will take Trump's place should he get the boot.