Thousand days and more of Donald Trump's presidency, which began on 20th of January in 2017, were filled with investigations into political, financial, behavioral and other suspicions, from the pornographic "Access Hollywood" tape, to the harsh denunciations justifying white racism in Charlottesville, or those caused by the lawsuit against him of porn actress, Stromi Daniels. These stations did not end with the "Mueller Investigation", against the backdrop of Russian intervention in his favor in the 2016 elections, or his racist rhetoric towards US women lawmakers. This time, his political future appears to be at stake, with serious prospects for his deposition, before he loses the next presidential election, after Democratic deputies start to depose the president.
Is it possible to depose the American president this time? Or is Trump's deposition necessary for "America is first," with the irony that "America is first" is the populist slogan Trump raised as a cover for his political behavior?
The US House of Representatives on 24th of September opened a formal inquiry to hold President Trump accountable for seeking foreign help to defame his Democratic challenger Joe Biden ahead of next year's presidential election. The White House was formally forced to disclose the contents of Trump's phone call on 25th of July with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zilinski asking him to open a judicial inquiry about Hunter Biden, the son of John Biden, the Democratic nominee, and Trump's presidential competitor in the presidential election in November 2020, a Democratic consensus appears to be ready today, that they have a coherent issue capable of persuading the American public and Republican deputies to ensure the two-thirds majority in the Congress, which is controlled by the Republicans, will approve the deposition decision.