What do you think is the chance that Barack Obama will resign in late 2015 or early or early 2016?
I do not think that is out of the question. There are undoubtedly many Democrats that despise the Clintons. If Obama resigns then Joe Biden is president. That would put him in a much better position to receive the Democratic nomination for president in 2016 rather than Hillary; just like it did for Gerald Ford in 1976 after Nixon resigned. All the main stream press would have to do is dwell in things such as Fast and Furious, Benghanzi, etc. Also Obama would still get his pension just like Nixon did. Remember you heard it here from DUDLEY DICKERSON's grandson first. Also do not forget that Biden has been kissing the right azz longer than Hillary has.
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
We will never get that lucky!
- RilesLv 57 years ago
If Obama resigned it'd cast a negative light on the Democratic Party as a whole, and Biden will simply be perceived as a third Obama term.
- Tmess2Lv 77 years ago
No chance at all.
Nothing that has come out so far is even close to being an impeachable offense and it takes a two-thirds Senate majority under the Constitution to remove a president (not a simple majority). Even if the Republicans won every Senate seat (and the odds of them winning all 35 races is about the chances of winning the grand prize in the lottery), they would still not have enough votes (and that assumes that every Republican in the Senate would violate their oaths of office to vote for impeachment).
- scott bLv 77 years ago
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- AmerLv 67 years ago
Bush never resigned and he was the worst president in history. He and Cheney should be tried for starting an unnecessary war with Iraq to benefit their oil buddies, killing thousands of US soldiers in the process and creating a giant deficit that caused the economy to tank.
- pLv 55 years ago
Nothing " 0 " Nada .
- BBLv 77 years ago
He will ride out the gravy train to the end.
Ending his term sooner would negatively impact his speaking fees later in life.
- Anonymous7 years ago
About as much of a chance as finding an honest con
- myopinionLv 77 years ago
Are you kidding.. that fool will stay until the bitter end..making us all miserable and doing as much damage as he can. then he will retire to a Muslim country and sit around and count his American money.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 77 years ago
Resign? Based on what? Republican wet dreams?
Okay, about the same chance as me marrying Stacey Kiebler in the next 5 minutes.
I'll keep you posted.Source(s): BTW.........Biden's odds will be the same in 2016............he will get the nomination or he won't.----and that's assuming he even wants it. If Hillary runs..........he hasn't a chance. Maybe Hillary will keep him on as VP.
- JoeyLv 67 years ago
Don't get our hopes up like that.