In 1868, Andrew Johnson was the first US President impeached, but not convicted. He was saved by one vote in the Senate which requires a 2/3 vote for conviction and removal from office. Part of the reason he was not convicted was that there was no vice president at the time. After the November, 2018, election it is likely that the Democrats will have the votes to impeach, but not convict. What will happen then?
Trump must go