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Invoke 25th Amendment

It is time for invocation of the 25th Amendment. It has been painfully obvious to many that the president presents a clear and present danger to our nation and the world at large. This is no longer in question. A man devoid of the minimal sense to not retweet clearly anti-Islamic, ultra-right wing propaganda has neither the intellectual, temperamental or moral competence to be leading our nation our military nor does he demonstrate the critical, measured and reasoned decision making capacity to have his finger on the nuclear launch button.

Failure to act by the Cabinet or Congress will represent reprehensible cowardice and dereliction of their primary duty to assure the safety of the American people from all threats foreign and domestic.

Robert B. Kerr, M.D.

Spokane



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