Seventeen Republican senators would be needed for the two thirds majority required to impeach him. This seems a high bar.
It was an election that had something for everyone. And one that therefore leaves the future uncertain.
The Republicans made gains in the Senate, the Democrats won back the House – but that’s not enough to give them the stranglehold on Trump that they wanted.
Four key states, three house districts and two top governors’ races to watch as November 8 approaches.
They want change, which doesn’t help Clinton. But they also distrust Trump, which does.
He instead urges Republicans to vote with their consciences for “candidates up and town the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom”.
I believe we Conservatives will be able to unite again after the EU referendum. Meanwhile, Labour Labour are seeking to remove the ideologically impure from their party.
Plus: Gummer gets it wrong, Barwell gets it right, Heywood gets oily, the Republicans get extreme…and why Boris may get Transport.
It is a case of adapt of die. With Cameron, we adapted. With Trump and Cruz, the Republicans are refusing to do so.
Plus: Trump v Sanders? Beckett’s report: smell the ostrich dung. And: I have never used poppers.
Both the Republicans and the Tories can learn from the best of each others’ work.