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John Kerry condemns bids to ‘destroy’ presidents, then suggests Trump unfit for office

Former Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday decried what he described as incessant, politically-motivated efforts to take down American presidents as soon as they take office, which he argued has been a defining characteristic of politics in the U.S. since the Whitewater investigation dogged former President Bill Clinton’s administration.

In the same interview with Fareed Zakaria on CNN’s “GPS,” however, Kerry suggested that the country is in the midst of a “genuine constitutional crisis” because President Trump is not capable of performing his job.

Kerry’s remarks were an echo of far-left Democrats like Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who have floated the idea of removing the president using the 25th Amendment.

 

John Kerry condemns bids to ‘destroy’ presidents, then suggests Trump unfit for office

Former Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday decried what he described as incessant, politically-motivated efforts to take down American presidents as soon as they take office, which he argued has been a defining characteristic of politics in the U.S. since the Whitewater investigation dogged former President Bill Clinton’s administration.

John Kerry condemns bids to ‘destroy’ presidents, then suggests Trump unfit for office

Former Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday decried what he described as incessant, politically-motivated efforts to take down American presidents as soon as they take office, which he argued has been a defining characteristic of politics in the U.S. since the Whitewater investigation dogged former President Bill Clinton’s administration.