Let's pretend that you get your wish and Trump either resigns or is impeached, and Pence is now the president. What will you do then, when an actual conservative Republican is president instead of whatever Trump is?
Indeed, if you are a liberal, and I am one, it's a challenging situation. Get rid of Trump and you get Pence. Trump is incoherent and incompetent, but politically, he's a bit of an enigma - really. Is he really a Republican/Conservative? Pence on the other hand - there's no question. He's at edge of the far right of the Republican Party - some of the stuff he has stood behind and championed in the past is down-right neanderthal!
I've seen some opinions expressed in comments sections and even by some pundits, that with all the chaos and craziness that Trump brings to the White House, that, the upside for liberals, and the Democrats is that, the whole of the Republican agenda get's held up by all the craziness. So just leave Trump in there and wait it out until at least 2018, where the mid-terms will send a clear message, that Trump and the Republicans are on the wrong path, with a complete ouster coming in 2020. At least, that way it will be the ouster of Trump and the Republicans by the most basic and fundamental democrat tools we have - voting and the ballot box!
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