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