The former president of the United States, Barack Obama, has relocated his staff to the district of Kaloroma (Washington D.C.). This is because they had no legal right to use their interim premises (occupied in January and February) to conduct politics. Their new headquarters is a manor (see photo) rented to Bill Clinton’s former press secretary.
The team is led by Valerie Jarett, confidante to the Obama couple. The team mission? To organize the removal of President Donald Trump. Article II of the Constitution authorizes the House of Representatives to charge the president in office and the Senate to judge him when he has committed a felony or a delict. However, in this case, President Trump has, to date, committed nothing of the sort. So Barack Obama’s advisers priority mission is to find what one could reproach him of. Historically, the procedure to remove a president has never led to his removal.
At the same time, we learn that the accusations against four of Trump’s collaborators, alleging that they have violated the Logan law (which has never been applied since it first entered into force two centuries ago), have been constructed with the help of telephone tappings of his electoral campaign, commissioned by President Obama when he was in office. At the time, the White House suspected or claimed to suspect that Donald Trump was funding his electoral campaign with Russian money; an accusation that has turned out to be false.