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The House of Representatives, which has the only authority to impeach a president, got started in 2017 as Democratic Texas Rep. Al Green introduced and enforced a vote on articles of impeachment against the president. The vote failed overwhelmingly, but it did garner the support of 58 Democrats.
The odds of Trump being impeached are possible dependent on two factors. The first major factor is the FBI investigation, led by special counsel Robert Mueller, into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
The following factor is the 2018 midterms, which could potentially see the Democrats take control of the House of Representatives. Should Democrats win control of the chamber, they could be emboldened to humiliate the president by voting to impeach him.
Donald Trump may be safe for now, but he may very well spend the next few years nervously looking for support.