Tracking The Impeach-O-Meter

What are Trump's odds of staying in office? Day 6's political experts track Trumps odd's from 'All good' to 'Oh &$@!!!'.

What are the odds that Donald Trump's presidency will end in impeachment?

When events merit it, Day 6 asks political experts to fire up our Impeach-O-Meter and rate Trump's political fortunes from 'All good' to 'Oh &$@!!!'. 

Here's what our guests have said so far. 

                

March 16, 2018: 'All Good'

Democrat Conor Lamb's upset victory in a Pennsylvania special election leads Globe and Mail foreign correspondent Joanna Slater to bump the Impeach-O-Meter reading up to 15 per cent.         

                   

January 19, 2018: 'All Good'

Despite former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon's agreement to testify before prosecutors in Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, Politico reporter Darren Samuelsohn drops the Impeach-O-Meter reading all the way down to 10 per cent.

                 

November 3, 2017: 'Brace for Impact'

With the arrest of former Trump foreign policy advisor George Papadopoulos, former criminal investigator Seth Abramson pushes the Impeach-O-Meter to 65 per cent.

         

September 29, 2017:'Some Turbulence' 

The collapse of the latest Republican health care bill causes Slate writer and editor Dahlia Lithwick to bump the Impeach-O-Meter to 35 per cent.

              

July 28, 2017: 'Some Turbulence' 

In-fighting in the White House and the surprise failure of a Senate vote on health care leads Quartz White House Correspondent, Heather Timmons to move the Impeach-O-Meter to 30 per cent.

                  

July 14, 2017: 'All Good'

With Donald Trump Jr.'s admission that he met with a lawyer linked to the Russian government, BuzzFeed political writer Paul McLeod sets the Impeach-O-Meter at 20 per cent.

                 

June 9: 'All Good' 

With Republican voters and congressional Republicans still solidly behind Trump, Upworthy writer Parker Molloy puts the Impeach-O-Meter at 15 per cent.

               

June 2, 2017: 'All Good'

Jared Kushner is identified as a person of interest in the Russia investigation, but with Congress still backing Trump, Lisa Goldman, founding editor at +972 Magazine, puts the Impeach-O-Meter at 10 per cent.

               

May 19, 2017 'All Good'

Jeet Heer, senior editor with the New Republic,delivers our inaugural Impeach-O-Meter reading, saying that "impeachment is still in the distance, but we're on the train." He puts the odds at 20 per cent.