When Nixon was sent stepping out of the White House on August 8, 1974. Richard "I Am Not A Crook" Nixon had only been about 14 months into his final term when the crookedness of Nixon and his staff of cronies was truly exposed. The circumstances of the Executive Office criminality was flowing from the Washington Post like water flowing from Susquehanna Dam after a 4-inch torrential rainstorm. Now, let's move ahead to 2019 and the supposed quest to get Trump to step from the White House for the criminality of him and his cronies. It seemed that everything was set for Trump's acts to be sent before a congressional impeachment once the Democrats took control of the House of Representatives because Robert Mueller was judicially indicting this one and that one that related directly to the supposed collusion between Trump, Trump family, Trump's cronies, and the Russian government as well as the Russian mobsters. Until, today when a knock, knock at the door of Roger Stone at 6:00 am exposed the fact that Donald Trump will most likely be held unaccountable for any and all acts of criminality related to his 2016 presidential campaign. Later on this afternoon, Trump reopened the government and attempted to act presidential in front of the disunited nation. Yet, in reality, Trump breathed a sigh of relief because if Roger Stone is the big fish in the pond of Trump's supposed criminality. Roger Stone will never bend nor break in this case. Then more than likely those who anticipated a Trump impeachment will be greatly disappointed. Trump will not be leaving the White House lawn on Marine One prior to January 20, 2021. That date is only possible If he doesn't win reelection in 2020. It's even possible that America will be stuck with Trump until January 20, 2025, the end of his second term. This country is so disunited that Trump may indeed be that candidate who seizes on disunion and feast again all the way to re-election. Donald "I am not a crook" Trump will do what Richard "I am not a crook" Nixon never accomplished truly trick the American judicial system.