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Should Trump be impeached?
Impeachment is the only way to stop Trump from taking future actions that could be damaging.
The appointment of multiple justices during his term can have an enduring and
on the country in the future, even when he doesn't get reelected.
Trump must be impeached to protect the homeland from the influence of foreign adversaries.
It takes more time, money, and effort to undo the effects of bad policy than it does to implement the policy in the first place. Therefore, nullifying potential damage is an important issue.
Donald Trump's hardline approach has posed significant danger to the rest of the world. Impeaching him would stop him from taking it too far.
The decision of what is "good" or "bad" for the country is made at the election booth. Ethical and moral determinations are made by the electorate. Shifting those functions to an impeachment proceeding nullifies the system of democracy.
No impeachment proceeding has ever successfully removed a president. A failed removal effort in this case would likely backfire politically and/or in terms of Trump's post-impeachment behavior in office.
There are multiple ways of preventing a President from taking harmful actions. Significant action requires the approval of Congress. Actions can be challenged in court. We elect a President, not a King.
This argument could be used for every future president. All presidents have the potential to make a poor decision, therefore all should be impeached.
It's not a decision the public get to make, it's system protocols, overruling protocols by popular pressure is more dangerous than he is.
People should not be held accountable for "potential actions."