The fact that Donald Trump an American businessman, reality television personality, and politician is President-elect of the United States does not sit well with many people.
Trump is as well chairman and president of The Trump Organization, the principal holding company for his real estate ventures and other business interests.
However what will people do or what are they doing to register their displeasure? It seems like he will be impeached. How did we arrive at this conclusion? Here are some clear signs:
1. The protests
Anti-Trump protests are spreading
One sign that is clear as day is shown in the series of protest marches going on all over the country. The demonstrators marching in cities across the United States to protest against Donald Trump’s surprise win, are blasting his campaign because he spoke against immigrants, Muslims and other groups.
The protesters are all saying one clear thing: We do not want Donald Trump as president of the United States. Many of them are chanting: “Not my president!.”
The signs they carry speak their mind, they do not want Donald Trump in power and their numbers with is going into hundreds of thousands cannot be easily dismissed.
2. The tweets
#ImpeachTrump is gaining momentum
If the social media platform Twitter was the entire electorate of the United States, then Hillary Clinton would have won by a landslide.
And following Donald Trump’s win many people in Twitter wasn’t him impeached. the hashtags are coming qucik and fast and here are some of them: #impeachTrump, #DumpTrump, and #notmypresident to mention a few of them.
3. The Google searches
The Google searches are also a clear sign that the American people are not happy with who the President-elect currently is, and they are not even keen on waiting for inauguration in January 2017, before impeaching him.
According to this Twitter user:
According to Google Trends data, the top five states frantically looking up impeachment were Hawaii, California, Oregon, Washington, and Colorado.
4. The petitions
One of the petitions against Donald Trump
Many are taking the legal route to try and impeach Donald Trump as at least seven petitions have been raised against him with one of the petitions to contest his presidency amassing more than 13,322 signatures in a matter of hours.
Also thousands of people are calling for him to be impeached over claims of sexual abuse, fraud and racketeering, pictured are protesters in Chicago.
In addition to this, a number of professors have thrown their weight behind the movement, saying there is a ‘strong case’ to impeach Trump and stop him from taking the top job.
It remains to be seen if all these efforts will prove successful or if on January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will assume office as 45th president of the United States of America.