— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 2, 2017
Dr. Lee is the editor of “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump,” a compilation of testimonials from 27 psychiatrists and mental health experts weighing in on Trump’s level of “dangerousness” and therefore, fitness to serve.
President Trump’s recent tweet comparing “button size” with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un served as fuel for the “25th Amendment” crowd..
On Wednesday, “never-Trump” Neocon Bill Kristol, editor at large of The Weekly Standard, tweeted “I trust @VP has asked his Counsel to prepare a draft document transferring power in accord with Sec. 4 of 25th Amendment in case it’s suddenly needed, & that he’s discussed this with COS Kelly.”
Most of @POTUS‘s craziness seems so far to have been confined to speech not deeds. But I trust @VP has asked his Counsel to prepare a draft document transferring power in accord with Sec. 4 of 25th Amendment in case it’s suddenly needed, & that he’s discussed this with COS Kelly.
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) January 3, 2018
Meanwhile, George W. Bush’s Chief White House ethics lawyer, Richard Painter, tweeted Tuesday that President Trump’s “button size” tweet alone was “grounds for removal from office under the 25th Amendment,” adding “This man should not have nukes.”
This Tweet alone is grounds for removal from office under the 25th Amendment. This man should not have nukes. https://t.co/ymWija85o3
— Richard W. Painter (@RWPUSA) January 3, 2018
As we mentioned earlier, this run at Trump through the 25th Amendment is nothing new. In a February, 2017 appearance on CNN, Rep. Al Franken that “a few” Republican colleagues had expressed concern over Trump’s mental health –…