"The 25th Amendment allows for the removal of a President," tweeted Florida Democrat Representative Charlie Crist on Wednesday. "It's time to remove the President."
President Donald Trump shared a tweet dismissing the notion that it would be a "coup" to remove Trump from office under the U.S. Constitution's 25th Amendment, which allows presidents "unable to discharge the powers and duties" of office to be removed, before quickly deleting it on Thursday.
The lawyer and husband of Kellyanne Conway tweeted that all Americans should be seriously thinking about President Donald Trump's "mental condition and psychological state."
The inquiry comes after former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe confirmed reports that he discussed invoking the 25th Amendment with DOJ officials to remove the president from office.
President Donald Trump's most vocal supporters and Fox News favorites, including Sean Hannity and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, argued this week that the president is the victim of an attempted coup.
"The information I have, including the memos I wrote, I've given all that to the special counsel's team," Andrew McCabe told "The View."
"Their loyalty under law is not to him personally. It is to the Constitution of the United States and to the people of United States," Senator Elizabeth Warren said.
Following the firing of FBI Director James Comey, former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe said he initiated the FBI's obstruction of justice and counterintelligence investigations into the president.
The 25th Amendment allows for a complicated process to remove a president from office.
Trump "is going to do something crazy in five minutes, one hour, tonight or tomorrow," "Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski said.
"But no one wanted to precipitate a constitutional crisis," the anonymous staffer wrote in the New York Times article.
One of the co-authors of the amendment believes impeaching President Trump is a far stronger means of removing him from office.
The evangelist says he feels sorry for Trump because "so many people obviously hate him."
The amendment has become a hot topic under Trump following the publication of Fire and Fury, a Michael Wolff book that said nearly the entire White House staff is worried about Trump's fitness for office and mental stability.
The comment came after Trump remarked on the size of his nuclear button on Twitter.