Of course it is. She's not doing anything, apart from making the occasional Tweet. She retired three years ago. Trump, meanwhile, is pure, deliberate, nonstop chaos. He's exhausting.
Yeah, me too, but we've got to try.
So do you think that Trump did something illegal? If not then what would it take to convince you?
For example, the Mueller Report laid out 10 instances of obstruction of justice and then something like 1,000 former federal prosecutors who served under both Democratic and Republican attorneys general wrote an open letter stating that anyone other than a sitting president would have been charged with obstruction.
Is that evidence of wrongdoing? Does it merit further investigation?
In another example, a whistleblower reported that Trump had improperly withheld funds appropriated to Ukraine until the Ukrainian government publicly announced an investigation of Joe Biden and his hapless son. The ICIG found that the report had merit, and since that point the information in the report has been confirmed several times. The Trump Administration released a rough transcript confirming what was in the call, a diplomat turned in some text conversations supporting the suspicion of a quid pro quo, the Acting White House Chief of Staff went on TV and confirmed a quid pro quo (then told us to get over it), and 4-5 other ambassadors and career diplomats have testified that there have been all sorts of shady dealings and that Rudy Giuliani has been running a shadow foreign policy in the Ukraine. Two Giuliani associates have been arrested and charged with campaign finance violations. Trump says that he doesn't know them, but a ton of pictures have surfaced with the gentlemen in question hanging out with Trump and various members of his family at various places, strongly implying that the Trumps know the guys. Rudy is also reported to be under criminal investigation, and John Bolton is reported to have said that he (Rudy) was a hand grenade that was going to blow them all up. Be interesting to hear what Bolton meant by that.
Does all of that add up to evidence of wrongdoing? Does it merit further investigation?
If it turns out to be true then should the House impeach? Should the Senate convict?
If the House impeached, a strong case was made for conviction in the Senate, and then the GOP balked for fear of offending Trump's base how would you feel about that? Would you vote for Trump again?
If you had to brave the headache and think about this stuff where would you land?