Both action and inaction by the chief magistrate, if sufficiently dangerous to the republic, must be impeachable if impeachment is to serve its intended purpose. Even conduct motivated by a sincere and deeply held principle can be a constitutional “high Crime.”The Atlantic
…as I said in my article from several months ago,
The bar is lower for impeachment than it is for bringing charges against an average human being. That is because the behavior required for holders of high governmental office is more restricted than it is for average human beings. What we charge the officeholder with doesn’t have to be a crime at all. It just has to be behavior that is unbecoming of the officeholder.
Throw a dart at the board already and pick something. I’m sure you’ll hit something he’s done that requires his removal. Threatening to commit war crimes since the campaign trail. How about that one?