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[ 2016-11-12 ]

I won’t be surprised if Trump is impeached – Kweku Baako
Senior journalist, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako says he
shares the view that United States
President-elect, Donald Trump could be impeached.

Speaking on Joy FM/MultiTV news analysis programme
Newsflie, he said Mr. Trump’s win at last
Tuesday’s polls was the last thing he expected and
was shocked and devastated by the news.

The businessman caused millions worldwide to jump
out of their skin when he emerged victorious in
the fierce race between him and former Secretary
of State, Hillary Clinton.

Hillary Clinton snatched defeat from the jaws of
victory after Mr. Trump won in battleground states
of Florida, Ohio, North Carolina and Pennsylvania,
Tuesday night in America.

For millions of Americans, the reality of the
country under a Trump administration should never
come to pass.

They have since the night filled streets in some
cities in the States with "Not My President',
'Love. Trumps hate' placards and chants.

But a prediction by one of the few professional
prognosticators of a Donald Trump win could give
them hope.

Prof. Allan Lichtman in September told the
Huffington Post that if elected, Trump would
eventually be impeached by a Republican Congress
that would prefer a President Mike Pence— someone
whom establishment Republicans know and trust.

The Editor-In-Chief of the New Crusading Guide
Newspaper thinks the professor's prediction could
manifest "unless the system tames him [Trump] but
prior to the election I did not think he showed
the requisite temperament to be president of the
United State in the modern setting."

Mr Baako expressed his disapproval for the
protests that have hit the United States after the

"I think that...they ought to accept the verdict
and live with it for the next four years...for all
you know President Trump may do things that could
cause some little problems for him and if you want
him out, you go through the due process...a
possible impeachment otherwise you live with it
till the four years come," he indicated.

Source - Joyfm

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