At first it sounds like a joke and after reading the details it could be an emergency valve in case of president gone off the edge. I’m hoping for good things to happen, but, just-in-case, it is there.
He’d have to do something drastic to get the rest of the republicans on board, but I don’t think it would take much based on Trump’s actions during the campaign.
I wondered why so many articles on the 25th Amendment were going around.
This section allows for “instant impeachment,” Olbermann said, with no hearings or doctors or trial. In about three weeks, with just two letters from the vice president and a majority of the Cabinet declaring the president unable to discharge his duties, a two-thirds votes in the House and Senate “results in the president remaining in office with the title but without the power,” he said. “So its a crazy-man clause, right? In the case of Trump, it presumes he behaves as president as he is behaving as president-elect.”