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    The first sign with be the first indictments of lower level individuals. Then the first Trump family member will be indicted...jared of don jr.

    Then the GOP will go to Trump and request he resign with no indictments filed ...in exchange President Pence will pardon all others evolved..."for the good of the Nation".

    Trump would be the second President to resign...no charges filed. no crimes exposed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebateDrone View Post
    The first sign with be the first indictments of lower level individuals. Then the first Trump family member will be indicted...jared of don jr.

    Then the GOP will go to Trump and request he resign with no indictments filed ...in exchange President Pence will pardon all others evolved..."for the good of the Nation".

    Trump would be the second President to resign...no charges filed. no crimes exposed.
    indicted on charges of what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasselas View Post
    I think he'll decide to resign, mostly because he doesn't like the job. He's a willful, selfish old man. I can't see him continuing in a position he finds detestable, and he must surely find his current state detestable.
    The issue is, Trump was never prepared to be president; even serving on a school board teaches how to negotiate, trumps art of the deal is based largely on being the head of a mom and pop company; he really didn't have a board to answer to, or Wall street for that matter.

    Appeasing wall street as a CEO takes talent, a lot of companies make sure their CFO's are strong enough and certainly competent enough to weather the wall street meetings. Trump never did that, Trump got handed money, and he basically went out and created more easy money from that, but as a function of that, he took advice from some shady characters, his first bankruptcy was clearly based on a failed junk bond investment.

    He lost personal wealth on the first one and didn't know to protect himself until the second.

    That's not talent, nor competence, that's "training".

    Since trump never really had to deal with the authoritative opposition in his business career, he should have a slam dunk here, with a sympathetic party, but true to form, trump has made enemies in the congress; the democrats could care less if he attacks, that just shores up their base, but the republicans? he's attacked almost every one of the republican senators. No one has escaped his trolling comments on Twitter, or in real life:

    So in my view, he will resign, something will be manufactured and he will resign, because truth be told, I am quite certain, just as with Al Haig and Nixon, the military is keeping him far away from the nuclear codes.

    He simply does not have the motts for the job.

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    I said removed against his will. This is what I would like to see, Trump being dragged out of the White House, kicking and screaming. ROFLMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by pragmatic View Post
    Think there is a fair chance he will resign. He is finding out the Presidency does not have the raw power of a CEO to just declare things be done. Trump does have a large ego and the current state of affairs isn't exactly feeding that ego. Suspect the chances of him running for re-election in 2020 are very low.

    Works for me. Believe Pence would be much better suited for the role. Maybe even accomplish some things.
    Trump never worked as a CEO of a truly public company. he had raw power at trump corp, because he owned it, decidedly different than running Apple, IBM or any other company.
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    From what I am reading, and I'll admit currently I am being influenced by Axios and their bloggers, tRump is a fighter. He will not resign, he will battle. And he hates to be told what to do, he usually goes out of his way to do the opposite.

    The other thing is, contrary to what I thought yesterday, I don't think Bannon is against tRump now, he is still a tRump supporter, but he is against the rest of the remaining WH crew, calling them Democrats. And he will be using his Breitbart "weapon" to bolster what he believes tRump's wishes are, his original policies and positions. In particular, Bannon kept mentioning the wall. smh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasselas View Post
    What do you think at this point? Will he resign, be removed, or finish his term?
    Maybe he'll find a way to declare Chapter 13 and keep whatever money's left in his PAC.
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    I expect him to resign under duress, due to the financial crimes that will be uncovered by Mueller's investigation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightSwimmer View Post
    I expect him to resign under duress, due to the financial crimes that will be uncovered by Mueller's investigation.
    I don't think he'd do that without an explicit guarantee that he wouldn't be prosecuted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RNG View Post
    And he will be using his Breitbart "weapon" to bolster what he believes tRump's wishes are, his original policies and positions.
    I don't think Trump actually cares about policy. At all. He doesn't care enough to learn anything about it. Like many people, he hears things (from someone like Bannon) that he likes and that sound good. But then he hears something else from someone else and he likes that....

    Anyone hoping to find a center to Trump after all the layers are peeled away may discover he's more like an onion.
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