25 Hilarious Trump Impeachment Memes

A roundup of the funniest memes and tweets about President Donald Trump’s possible impeachment for collusion with Russia, obstruction of justice, and other high crimes and misdemeanors.


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47 thoughts on “25 Hilarious Trump Impeachment Memes”

  1. Just to make sure everybody understands:
    Just because a president is impeached does not mean he is removed from office.

    1. Are you drinking the foolaid also??? Maybe you should google things before you post them. The President, Vice President and all Civil Officers are removed from office when impeached. You must be a 45 supporter.

      1. James is correct. The House impeaches, but the Senate tries and convicts. No impeachment has ever resulted in a conviction.

      2. Actually, the house writes articles of impeachment but the senate judges whether the president is guilty. So the senate decides whether the articles rise to the level of impeachment.

      3. The 25th Amendment, Section 1, clarifies Article II, Section 1, Clause 6, by stating unequivocally that the vice president is the direct successor of the president, and becomes president if the incumbent dies, resigns or is removed from office.
        https://en.m.wikipedia.org › wiki
        United States presidential line of succession – Wikipedia

      4. No, they’re not. The impeachment process and the senate trial are two very different things. I am against impeachment because it means nothing. Instead, wait until he’s out of office at which point he can be indicted and go to prison.

      5. Bubba, Impeachment is just the gathering of facts/data to determine if a crime has occurred. If it is so determined, it is passed to the Senate for trial with Supreme Court Justice Roberts presiding as judge. If found guilty THEN he is removed from power. Getting impeached does not remove one from office. It didn’t remove Bill Clinton did it?

      6. Bubba, oh how I wish that were true. There is a 3 step process. 1. Investigate and open inquiry 2. Hold impeachment hearings. If found guilty each of those people will be impeached (during their own hearings, not as a collective). 3. Try said individual, if they are again found guilty they will be removed. (Again individually, not as a group)
        As an example Bill Clinton was impeached but not removed.
        So even when/if (the senate actually does it’s job, though not likely) and impeaches Trump. He is not automatically removed. If he is then Pence will become president, there is probably enough evidence coming out in these hearings to impeach him as well. Fingers crossed. Then he too would have to be tried and hopefully removed. Only then would Speaker Pelosi become acting president.
        Although, it would be wonderful if one hearing could wipeout this whole administration at once!

      7. Incorrect. Clinton was impeached, which just means convicted of a crime as a government official, but was not removed. I hope 45 is impeached, removed, and erased from world history.

      8. I hate 45 as much as anyone. But, impeachment is just the trial. Clinton and Andrew Johnson we’re both impeached.
        You’re only removed from office if you’re found “guilty” in the impeachment

      9. No you need to do your research. The house can impeach him but the senate has to vote to remove him from office. Same thing happened with Clinton. House impeachment went through but the senate voted to keep him in office. So stop correcting people when you yourself don’t know whassup

      10. I hate Trump but that’s actually incorrect. If he’s impeached, it’s like being indicted and being read your charges. Then they have to vote to actually CONVICT, in which case he would be removed. Clinton was impeached, but not convicted.

      11. You’re incorrect, House impeached, Senate convicts. If Senate doesn’t convict, nothing happens. Clinton was impeached, did he leave office?maybe you should do some civics googling

      12. No, Bubba, it doesn’t. Impeachment is like an indictment, like charges being filed. It happens in the House. Then there’s a trial in the Senate and if they convict him he’ll be removed from office. Just him. Nobody else.

      13. No, impeachment does not immediately lead to being removed from office. It’s like an indictment — there still has to be a trial (in the Senate). Impeachment is just the first step.

      14. This is not true. Impeachment by the House leas to trial by the Senate. A finding of guilt by the Senate leads to removal from office.

    2. incorrect — impeachment in the US Constitutional sense, means that the House has recommended that you be removed from office, and sent the matter over to the Senate for an official trial.

      At that point, you are impeached — Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were both impeached–neither was removed from office by the Senate

  2. No, they are not. They may be removed only if they are convicted. Impeachment is the indictment presented by the House; it is not the trial which happens in the Senate.

    Both Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were impeached (by the House), but they were NOT removed from office, because they were not found guilty by the Senate.

    You, sir, need to use Google!

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