Donald Trump would like you to think that he is a savior sent to revive the Republican party. However, this could not be farther from the truth. Trump has polarized and ripped apart the party he aligned himself with in order to gain traction toward his eventual election as President. He has proven ineffective as a leader and as a legislator. Should we begin to discuss how he is faring at his role as “chief citizen”? I didn’t think so.
In response to Trump’s two years of stumbles, faux pas, and epic poor decision making many political personalities of the past and present have commented on his ability to do his job. Most recently, Ronald Reagan, Jr. has spoken out against Trump and the bang-up job he is doing in Washington. Literally, it’s been like a demolition derby in the Capitol City!
Well, folks, Ronald Reagan, Jr. let his opinion regarding Trump be known. During a recent interview with Chris Matthews on MSNBC, Reagan said he thinks that Trump should be impeached or removed via the 25th Amendment – either way in his opinion Trump has to go.
“Donald Trump is a deeply damaged human being. He is a sociopathic, malignant narcissist. Reagan ― a liberal commentator for the cable network and a frequent critic of the president ― blamed the electoral system rather than the voters for Trump taking office.
‘This man is a danger to the world.’ The 25th Amendment allows for the vice president and a majority of the Cabinet to declare a president ‘unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office,’ which would set off a sequence of events that could result in removal.“
Remember, President Ronald Reagan wanted to make America great again, first. Trump stole that line from him and has tried to cash in on it’s meaning and it’s nostalgia tied to Reagan – who Republicans love! Ronald Reagan, Jr. has no love for Trump and is calling him out on it. In fact, he is trying to call to action others in America. He thinks Trump should be ousted from office, legally, and soon. Will Trump be impeached? Will Trump be declared incompetent to serve? Let’s hope an answer to these pending queries arrives sooner than later.