Has anyone asked Donald if he would like to resign? My father was a great family man. He knew how to do it right. Would he have been a good president? No. He had neither the knowledge nor the skills to do that job well. Same thing with Donald. He strikes me as someone who was put into a position for which he was ill suited. Donald has skills, and using those skills he does well. He's happy doing what he does well, and like anyone else he needs to enjoy his life as much as possible. To ask a person to do a job for which they are not well suited is unfair to him and everyone else. I wouldn't want my family member to be in such a position to be the butt of jokes, ridicule, and investigations of the masses for their own selfish purposes. Not for one day. He has not backed out. He (maybe) has done his best. He has had to be tough to endure this public scrutiny, but at last it does neither him nor anyone else the good that the position is designed to do. I say respect him enough to allow him to leave gracefully. That may require the writing of legislation. While he may say that he wants to be president for life, at least give him the option of doing other things. Give (us) the option to repair the damage as soon as possible with or without his consent. Meaning, the consent of the President. Second, don't do away with the electorate. The electorate within months should have been able to say, Maybe Donald was the wrong choice. Knowing that Donald has the wrong knowledge and experience for the job, and neither admitting it or being able to correct it is failure. Fix the electorate so that it thoroughly serves it's purpose - to choose the best person to serve as a leader of statespersons, and to relieve and replace that person should the need arise. The electorate might be a function that could remove the president for cause without penalty or compromise to the individual at any time. Something like that should be available short of prosecution and removal. Also, the vice-president shouldn't be the only possibility for replacement, because the president and vice are already tied together. There should be other recourse.