by David Greenberg and Rebecca Lubot
And it might just set off a constitutional crisis.
President Lyndon B. Johnson during the ceremony to ratify the 25th amendment at the White House in 1967. The amendment came about because of succession concerns if the president became incapacitated.
The short answer: It's a way, other than impeachment, provided by the Constitution for power to be taken away from a sitting president.
In case of the removal of the President from office or of his death or resignation, the Vice President shall become President.
by Jeff Greenfield
No, Democrats—the 25th Amendment won’t save you from Donald Trump.
by Ronald L. Feinman
With Trump in the White House we face the possibility that the president will prove so incompetent he needs to be replaced.
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