View Poll Results: What will become of Trump?

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  • He will finish 1 term and be reelected for a second.

    5 22.73%
  • He will finish 1 term and not seek reelection

    6 27.27%
  • He will resign before finishing his first term.

    9 40.91%
  • He will be indicted while still in office.

    2 9.09%
  • He will be impeached.

    0 0%
  • He will be impeached.and removed from office by the Senate

    1 4.55%
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    Victim-oppressor Pimp Davocrat's Avatar
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    He'll resign and tell us what losers we all are for not wanting to make America great again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pragmatic View Post
    A little early for this kind of a poll.
    One way or another there won't be much time left for this administration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Djinn View Post
    My money says that he will make up an excuse to resign, and the excuse will be designed to make him look honorable rather than weak. For instance, he won't cite personal health issues, because that would contradict the claim of Trump's doctor, who said Trump is the "healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency."

    More likely he'll claim that a threat was made against his wife or daughter, and step down from office under the pretense of selflessly taking them out of the limelight.
    That is a possibility. Yesterday I was also musing that the Republicans may help him find a way for him to be able to walk away and look honorable. And he'll jump at the chance to get out of it.

    I voted that he will finish his first term and not run for reelection, though. He'll come up with some excuse such as you suggest for not running again. He doesn't like being president. He's actually come out and said it's a lot more work than he thought it would be. Just like most things - "Who knew health care was so complicated?" - he doesn't have a clue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    That is a possibility. Yesterday I was also musing that the Republicans may help him find a way for him to be able to walk away and look honorable. And he'll jump at the chance to get out of it.

    I voted that he will finish his first term and not run for reelection, though. He'll come up with some excuse such as you suggest for not running again. He doesn't like being president. He's actually come out and said it's a lot more work than he thought it would be. Just like most things - "Who knew health care was so complicated?" - he doesn't have a clue.
    I definitely don't see him running again. I think he will just bow out and give some reason. Going back to business or something. It would create another GOP primary as well as a democratic one in 2020. Fresh start for both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davocrat View Post
    He'll resign and tell us what losers we all are for not wanting to make America great again.
    No matter when he leaves office, even if it's next week, he will Say America IS now Great Again. No doubt about that..

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    He will resign and blame Congress for not passing his agenda. In his own mind he wins no matter what...
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    he has the lowest approval rating of any president in his first six months ever. The majority don't trust anything that comes from out of his WH. They think he's a failure as president. They don't like his handling of foreign policy. They think his tweets are dangerous. Of note, the numbers that's are his "base" are even shrinking. Trump is in real trouble. Both politically and potentially legally as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Djinn View Post
    My money says that he will make up an excuse to resign, and the excuse will be designed to make him look honorable rather than weak. For instance, he won't cite personal health issues, because that would contradict the claim of Trump's doctor, who said Trump is the "healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency."

    More likely he'll claim that a threat was made against his wife or daughter, and step down from office under the pretense of selflessly taking them out of the limelight.
    He'll just blame the media and whoever else disagrees with him. Nothing is ever his fault and he does not know how to apologize
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    Quote Originally Posted by the watchman View Post
    he has the lowest approval rating of any president in his first six months ever. The majority don't trust anything that comes from out of his WH. They think he's a failure as president. They don't like his handling of foreign policy. They think his tweets are dangerous. Of note, the numbers that's are his "base" are even shrinking. Trump is in real trouble. Both politically and potentially legally as well.
    That's why he has rallies..to bolster his narcissism..never saw a president do that so early in the presidency. If I didn't hate him so much I would pity him
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    Quote Originally Posted by Isalexi View Post
    That's why he has rallies..to bolster his narcissism..never saw a president do that so early in the presidency. If I didn't hate him so much I would pity him
    I actually pity the people that attend these rallies more. They're an embarrassment to the country. I see them on the news and just shake my head. The whole friggin world is looking at us and laughing.
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