Why Trump won’t be removed by the 25th Amendment

U.S. President Donald Trump holds a rally in Evansville, Indiana.

Senior Fellow John Hudak explains how the Constitution’s 25th Amendment allows the vice president, Cabinet, and Congress to remove the president from office, and why that it is unlikely to be invoked against President Trump.

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