Should Trump be impeached again? | The Tylt
Shortly after he was acquitted during his impeachment trial, President Trump remarked during a press conference that "we'll probably have to do it again." Sure enough, Trump followed through. The next day, Trump fired both Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and former ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland—two witnesses who lawfully responded to subpoenas and truthfully testified before Congress. A few days later, the senior officials at the Department of Justice intervened to recommend a lower sentence for former Trump associate Roger Stone, leading prosecutors on the case to resign on the case. People are worried Trump will act corruptly to turn the election in his favor. It's clear that he is emboldened now.
Republicans argue it is the President's right to choose who works for him. In order to work effectively, Trump needs to be able to trust the people he works with. Regardless of the situation, the most important factor is the upcoming election. Instead of Democrats taking it into their own hands, the American people should decide for themselves. If they disapprove, they can vote him out of office. If they agree with Republicans, they'll gladly vote him back in.
Should Trump be impeached again?
Many agree Trump must be impeached again—he clearly is abusing his power for his own gain.
Trump's supporters see the opposition as the ones who are living in a different reality. In theirs, things are going very well thanks to President Trump. The economy is strong, the jobs are good, and Trump is going after terrorists and enemies while keeping America first. A second impeachment would only get in the way of Trump delivering on his promises. In their eyes, impeachment is something that comes close to a coup—Democrats are trying to undo Trump's win in 2016.