Law school’s Erik M. Jensen examines the 25th Amendment’s actual ability to remove a president

Photo of Erik JensenErik M. Jensen, the Coleman P. Burke Professor Emeritus of Law, explained why the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which some have argued should be invoked to remove President Donald Trump from office, may not be effective for that purpose.

In the piece for cleveland.com, titled “It’s not as easy to remove a president under the 25th Amendment as many seem to think,” Jensen interpreted the amendment and explained its past uses.

Read his argument.