Donald Trump's Abuse Of Power

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THE THIRD ARGUMENT is that Donald Trump “regards himself as above the law" and he is abusing from his power.

In this short period of government he is demonstrating abuse of power and not obeying the constitution. Donald Trump is “high likely” to face a impeachment within 18 months of being elected. Because he was already under fire at the start of 2017. An example of this is that more than 890,000 people have signed a petition calling for Donald Trump to be impeached, which sprung up almost immediately after he was inaugurated.

Example
In taking the Oath office, a president promises to faithfully execute the laws and the constitution. Article 2 section 2.
But Trump is unfaithfully executing his duties as president, by accusing his predecessor
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Evidence 3:
The 1st amendment to the constitutions bars any law “Respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof” but Trump´s ban on travel into the USA from 6 Muslim countries: which are Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and Iraq
The order bars citizens of seven Muslim countries from entering the US for a period of 90 days.
It also suspends the United States ' refugee system for a period of 120 days. Mr Trump says his "extreme vetting" system will help "keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the US".
This also suspends the United States ' Syrian refugee program, which accepted 12,486 Syrians in 2016. And it also gives preference to accepting Christian refugees from the Middle East over Muslim refugees. As a result, it reduces the cap on the total number of refugees allowed to enter the US in 2017 from 110,000 to just
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Because Donald Trump just doesn’t want the people to know how worried he is about the repeated reports of chaos, incompetence, and potential wrongdoing inside his administration.

Evidence 5:
The president most recently prompted impeachment speculation when he was accused of demanding FBI director James Comey abandon a probe into his top adviser Michael Flynn – just weeks before going on to sack him.
Trump eventually fired Flynn on February 13 on grounds that he had misled Vice President Mike Pence and other officials about his contacts with Russians. When really James Comey was leading a criminal investigation into whether Mr. Trump’s advisers colluded with the Russian government to steer the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
Trump has repeatedly denied his team had contact with Russian officials during the 2016 election, but was revealed to have met with Russia’s US ambassador at the height of his campaign.
In the history of the United States, only one president has done so. In 1993, President Bill Clinton let go of William Sessions.
But just weeks later, Trump sensationally sacked Comey as head of the FBI, saying the director “wasn’t doing a good job” and avoided the rest of the
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