Is President Donald Trump Just One Week Away From Impeachment? 

Trump to get out of the White House soon? 

Is President Donald Trump Just One Week Away From Impeachment? 
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President Donald Trump is not far away from completing his first year in the White House, but it turns out that Trump will have to fight a few more debates and face a few more challenges before he enters 2018.

When Trump won the presidential elections in 2016, the first thing that experts predicted was Trump's impeachment. And all of us even saw that happening within a month when an appeal calling for Trump's impeachment had received more than 600,000 signatures. Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters' name had come in front at that time.

And now, a Congressman, Al Green took to Twitter and said he wants Trump to be replaced. 

Have a look! 

A emocrat congressman has vowed to impeach President Donald Trump. 

A emocrat congressman has vowed to impeach President Donald Trump. 

Al Green shares in a memo that he loves his country, and intends to force Trump's impeachment as the President is unmindful of the high duties of his high office and the dignity and properties thereof.

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On Wednesday he tweeted: 

He also says, "For too long, we have allowed our civility to prevent us from confronting the invidious incivility of President Donald J. Trump," reports CNBC.  

In his impeachment document, Al Green argues that: 

In his impeachment document, Al Green argues that: 
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Trump's behavior in the White House is sick, and thus Al believes President should be impeached. In his resolution, Al Green cited the incident of white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August; where the President blamed it on both the sides for being the cause of violence. 

Certainly, Green is not the only one who has drafted articles of impeachment. 

Certainly, Green is not the only one who has drafted articles of impeachment. 
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But it turns out that Al Green could be the first lawmaker who could get votes on this impeachment on Wednesday. 

It remains unlikely that majority of people will vote to impeach Trump. 

It remains unlikely that majority of people will vote to impeach Trump. 
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Al Green needs two-thirds of votes in the House of Representatives for this impeachment bill to be passed onto the Senate. And that's unlikely to happen.

Reports say that even Democrats aren't in favor of this impeachment resolution. 

Reports say that even Democrats aren't in favor of this impeachment resolution. 
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Earlier in October 2017, Al Green had attempted to force impeachment resolution in the House of Representatives, but sources reveal that he was stopped by the people of his party. 

Before all of this, Maxine Waters had predicted Trump's impeachment. 

The Article II, Section 4 in the US Constitution states: "The President, Vice President and all Civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanours." 

Only two American presidents have been impeached, and that too only in House of Representatives. 

So, it turns out that even if Al Green states that he will force Trump's impeachment within a week, it seems pretty impossible to happen.

That's all, folks!