1. The President is in violation of the Emolument Clause of the US Constitution with conflicts of interest that he seeks to keep secret.
2. Members of Congress including the Speaker of the House and Senate Majority Leader have aided and abetted the President by obstructing justice and failing to perform their sworn duties and responsibilities.
3. As a result, the entire Executive Branch and senior leadership in the Republican-controlled Congress are illegitimate in their capacities, which disrupts the Constitutional protocol.
4. It is possible that no member of the Executive Branch including the Vice President is eligible to lead the government in the event of Trump's impeachment. It is equally possible that the House of Representatives and Senate Republican leadership are conflicted in their duties to initiate impeachment and to conduct impeachment trials as prescribed by the Constitution.
5. The integrity of the US Government will be left to the rule of law, the Supreme Court, and Democratic Members of Congress who may be joined by Republicans who have not violated their capacity through conflicts of interest.
How the process moves forward must be defined by the nations' legal scholars and the court in conjunction with viable members of Congress.