Voters – and not the FBI – should boot Trump out of office
The British and the Americans remain divided by their common political language. A British prime minister can win a general election but be unseated by a party ballot. An American president, even when deposed by half the electorate and distrusted by his own party, is harder to dislodge.
Thatcher and Blair went down like Julius Caesar, stabbed in the back but still popular with the mob. Only two presidents have been impeached by Congress: Andrew Johnson in 1868, for violating the Tenure of Office Act; and Bill Clinton in 1998, for lying on oath about what he did in the office …read more