How do you get out?
That’s the question we’re going to try to answer this week as we go through this week’s headlines.
The president and his advisers have spent the last few days talking about the possibility of impeaching him.
He’s been talking about this in a very public way and the House and Senate are going to take up impeachment proceedings against him in a couple weeks.
And, of course, the House has voted to impeach him.
So, you know, that’s a possibility.
And then, you’ve got the president and Congress having to work together to sort of get him out of office.
We don’t know the final numbers yet, but there are some estimates that the impeachment would probably be done by the end of the month.
That would be about the time of the next presidential election.
So he’s got the possibility that he would be impeached and the impeachment process would be taking place by the middle of the summer.
But it’s not like that’s going to happen.
There’s going’t be a formal trial, and that could change in the next few weeks.
But if he is impeached, he’s not going to be in the White House for a while.
He’s going back to work as the commander-in-chief of the United States.
And he has an obligation to the American people to get the job done.
So you know how he’s been campaigning.
He has to be doing what he has to do, to be ready to lead the country.
And so, you can bet that he’s going there to make that case and make sure that he gets the job and does the job he has the job for.
The president and the president-elect are going back and forth.
And there are many ways for Trump to get himself out of there.
First, he can get rid of him, as we said.
But that is not an option.
He would be a bad president.
He is not qualified to be president.
And a lot of people have told me that.
So if he were to go and do it, it would be really, really bad.
So what do you do?
Well, you have to be prepared for the worst.
And you’ve also got to be on your guard.
And that means you have got to think about what he’s doing, and what he could be doing, to try and get him off the hook.
So what would you do if he went ahead and did it?
The president can’t be president of the country if he’s trying to run for president.
That would be very, very dangerous.
So we have to prepare for that possibility.
So I would say, you go through every avenue to try, as the president, to get rid the president of his responsibilities, to do everything possible to get him impeached.
There are many other options that he has that are not so clear cut.
And they include all sorts of things.
You know, I have to admit that I’ve never had a conversation with the president about a position, about a foreign policy, about the economy.
But there are things that he can say that we haven’t heard from him.
We know that he is going to push for a lot more military spending than we’ve ever seen before.
So that’s something that he could use to try get him to reconsider.
But, you could say, well, the country is in dire need of a big investment in infrastructure.
So there are other things that the president can do to try put him on notice that he might want to take action to get things done, like trying to get some legislation passed, you may see some action taken to make it easier for him to do that.
In addition to that, there are a lot things that you can do.
You can do things to help the president by making sure that the country understands that the United Kingdom is withdrawing from the European Union, that we’re not going there.
We’re going there and we’re still going to support the people of the UK.
And that means that there’s a lot that the U.K. is doing that’s not in the interests of the U, and it also means that we have a lot we’re able to do in terms of getting the world to take a hard look at China.
You could try to get a new trade deal done.
You’re going through the process of working on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and I’m hoping that you’ll be able to get something done on that.
We have a big trade agreement with Japan.
We’ve got to get that done.
And the other thing is that he also needs to make sure there’s some sort of diplomatic response to China.
I’ve said to people that I’m not going anywhere, that I want to stay in office for the next four years.
And I have a plan for that, and you know what, I think that you’re going see it.