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skinner November 21st, 2019 8:30pm

If President Trump were impeached and removed from office, do you believe he would continue running in the 2020 election?

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Shazam Scaramouche, OH
11/21/19 9:21 pm

Constitutionally, he would be prohibited from doing so.

mac007 Mars
11/21/19 8:18 pm

I would hope so.

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smartfart Florida
11/21/19 4:41 pm

Article 1, Section 3 says he could not run again...but republicans have started to cancel primaries. So 🤷‍♂️

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suppressedID suck it Kyle
11/21/19 4:16 pm

His ego would demand it.

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Zod Above Pugetropolis
11/21/19 4:11 pm

Doubtful. His trip to the hospital for a "pre-physical" last week seems likely to be part of laying the groundwork for a medical "excuse" to withdraw from the election at the last minute, after bilking his supporters out of every penny he can. Inventing a medical "condition" to avoid service is part of what he is known for.

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DJ13
11/21/19 4:17 pm

I thought that was a possibility also....

Nik
11/21/19 4:43 pm

Bone spurs???

timeout Boston Strong
11/21/19 4:11 pm

He won’t go easily

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Appellplatz77
11/21/19 3:32 pm

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Odysseus We All Need A Fantasy
11/21/19 3:03 pm

Once Donald Trump no longer is protected by Executive Immunity, I believe he will be spending a great deal of time trying to defend himself from the SDNY and keep his ass out of prison.

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shygal47 Florida east coast
11/21/19 2:17 pm

Unless the Senate decision is to remove from Office AND specifically state he cannot run for any elected office again, we may see The Donald run again.
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Think Lovin Life
11/21/19 9:46 pm

Shy ... you hallucination will never actually happen.

rons Thanks America
11/21/19 2:40 pm

I wouldn’t think so if he was fired!

jfish82285 Tennessean in Colorado
11/21/19 1:45 pm

Unless he were barred from federal office, of course, and even then, he just might still go for it.

Shazam Scaramouche, OH
11/21/19 9:22 pm

He would be prohibited. It's in the COTUS.