"Probably, however, I'd like to get a broader perspective of the facts and official evidence, which I will only be privy to if elected. Also, replacing Trump with Pence might not be a better option. It costs a lot of money and extreme political power and effort to impeach a president. Morally, based on his immigration border policies of separating children from their parents which many would argue in terms of international law as torture and inhumane treatment. His alienation of NATO allies, and his admiration and praise for Putin is unnerving, his naive and blind trust in North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is unsettling, his escalating trade wars, his tariffs will hurt American industry, his divisive rhetoric (blaming democrats for republican policy etc.), his constant attacks on free speech and free media, his proven and consistent lies to the American people, his unwillingness to disclose his tax returns, and his use of the presidency for personal financial gains is appalling, all of it is solid grounds for impeachment. However, I think we might be able to tolerate 2 more years of him and hopefully have the most outstanding presidential election with the greatest voter turnout in history. He's going to be fully engaged in campaigning which will hopefully keep him busy for the next two years. But then again he could cause a lot of damage to American reputation over the course of 2 years, but also an impeachment might cause further problems within congress itself and might cause civil unrest, but not impeaching him might cause civil backlash as well. The people need to demand that their representatives in congress implement the peoples will on this. I'm not sure why we can't poll the entire United States on whether we should impeach him or not and then implement based on the will of the people, and make it that simple."
Source: Citizens Count Issue Survey 2018