Even if you're not, it seems majority of Americans might be up for it.

According to a recent survey of roughly 1000 people across the United States, 73 percent of Democrats and 17 percent of Republicans would be ready to give up alcohol and live their lives without daily hangover from there on if the process of getting Trump impeached would be put in motion.

Truth be told, it's not very likely that Trump will, or can be, impeached. But that doesn't mean people shouldn't try. In the beginning of June, Al Green (Texas Rep.) and Brad Sherman (California Rep.) announced a bid to impeach the man. They say that his firing of FBI Director James Comey constitutes an obstruction of justice, considering he was the man leading the investigation into Trump's ties to Russia.

Whether it can be done, or not, doubtful, but when we come back to the survey, it revealed another number as well. More than 30 percent of Republicans would be ready to abstain from alcohol if the media stopped writing and publishing negative articles about Trump.
 article about abstaining from alcohol if trump is impeached
Two things come to mind here - firstly, I have a feeling (many) Republicans are already signed on to abstinence pledge (well, except for having sex with underage prostitutes in hotels, as it seems), and adding alcohol to it might not be such a big thing. Okay, sorry. It's not really that bad. It sounded like a good joke before I wrote it, but as my Backspace key doesn't seem to be working, can't delete it now. Okay. Now, the second thing, if the people, the 30 percent ready to stop drinking alcohol would make anything and everything in their power to keep Trump's mouth shut (twitter included), for starters, even if he continued doing the same things he's been doing now, well, except for talking, the media would go pretty silent about the man. I can promise you at least 80% reduction of negative articles about him. Do we have a deal?

The survey was done by drug and alcohol detox website, so we can't say anything about the validity of the survey, but then again, if we think a few months back, we couldn't say anything about the validity of any survey lately.