President Donald Trump holds a Cabinet meeting at the White House on May 17. The author of an anonymous essay in The New York Times writes that some advisers discussed invoking the 25th Amendment, but no one wanted a constitutional crisis.
President Donald Trump holds a Cabinet meeting at the White House on May 17. The author of an anonymous essay in The New York Times writes that some advisers discussed invoking the 25th Amendment, but no one wanted a constitutional crisis. Doug Mills The New York Times
President Donald Trump holds a Cabinet meeting at the White House on May 17. The author of an anonymous essay in The New York Times writes that some advisers discussed invoking the 25th Amendment, but no one wanted a constitutional crisis. Doug Mills The New York Times

The 25th Amendment has never been used to remove the president. Trump is unlikely to be the first

September 10, 2018 11:30 AM