Friday on his radio program, LevinTV host Mark Levin reminded his audience that a U.S. president cannot be removed except by a two-thirds vote in the Senate, despite what special counsel Robert Mueller and the Democratic Party believe.
The proof is in the Constitution.
“[The framers] wanted a mechanism to remove a president if necessary, but not to have a president threatened day in and day out with impeachment, which is what’s happening today,” Levin explained.
“But it’s much more pernicious today because we have a prosecutor who I think believes he has the power to remove a president, and we have a Democrat Party with that belief, too.”
“A prosecutor and a jury cannot substitute for the United States Senate. Cannot. And it’s never happened in American history,” Levin said.
Anyone close to Trump has been ensnared by Mueller.
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