An impeach Trump petition has been gaining steam on over the past couple of days. So far, over 100,000 signatures have been collected from people who don't want Donald Trump running the United States for the next four years (read weeks). The letter to be submitted to Congress, The House Of Representatives, and The People Of The United States if enough signatures are garnered calls attention to the "high crimes and misdemeanors” that the 45th President of the United States has allegedly committed. Only 40,119 more people need to sign this petition for it to be sent to Congress et al.

The basic outline of the petition

"The President of the United States is arguably the most powerful individual in the world; If this person lacks integrity and emotional balance, global stability and human rights will suffer. If you agree this man should not be leading our free nation, stand with us! By signing this petition you are requesting the immediate impeachment of Donald Trump, removing all opportunity for his control of the executive branch of our government," reads part of the statement written in the petition.

Could the president actually get impeached?

While there are millions of people in the U.S. that would like to see this happen, the chances of Trump actually getting impeached following this petition seem fairly low.

Don't forget, the Republicans tried things of this nature when President Obama was elected and all of that stuff died down after a couple of months. However, according to conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, if you're an Anti-Trumper, you're probably not going to give up hope. And maybe you shouldn't. There is "potential" for impeachment -- in 2018.

"I think it would occur after midterms and only if the House flips to the Democrats. So the potential is there, yes,” Hewitt said, according to The Hill. "He’s beginning his presidency successfully in my view with a few very bold initiatives, but with the highest negatives of any incoming president since Gallup kept track. That says to me: thin ice, move carefully," Hewitt added.

Do you think the impeach Trump petition will get to congress?