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Trump on ‘edge of the abyss’


Jarrod Sierocki

When President Trump told fired FBI Director James Comey “I hope you can let it go” he was allegedly trying to interfere with an FBI investigation into his former advisor Michael Flynn. Some say this could be grounds for impeachment, and the subsequent removal of Trump from office.

US President Donald Trump remains popular among the Republic party. Picture: Olivier Douliery/AFP

DONALD Trump has been in power for six months today, and remains America’s most unpopular president in 70 years.

A new analysis by CNN’s political editor-at-large, Chris Cillizza, warns that Mr Trump’s presidency is on the brink of disaster.

Mr Trump has “lurched from controversy to controversy and now appears to be on the verge of tilting directly into the political abyss”, Mr Cillizza writes, highlighting the President’s low approval ratings, lack of legislative accomplishments and, of course, the lingering questions about his relationship with Russia.

Former FBI director Robert Mueller is leading

Read the full article at: http://www.news.com.au/finance/work/leaders/donald-trump-impeachment-process-how-would-it-work-how-long-would-it-take/news-story/d8814d471b45cbb805f49b26874e425a

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