How to Remove A President Using the 25th Amendment -- Colin's Last Stand (Episode 27)

Lose an election. Term-out. Resign. Get impeached. Die. Those were the only ways a President could leave office until 1967, when the 25th Amendment to the Constitution was passed, opening up a new avenue for the Vice President, Cabinet, and Congress to remove a man or woman unfit for office. But where did this Amendment come from, what does it specifically say, and could it ever actually happen?

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