There are the people that think Trump should be impeached and there are those that think that he should never be impeached. I doubt Trump wakes up in the morning and thinks to himself, "I'm going to go out and break the law today." I doubt that he even knows the laws he is breaking much less has a plan to break those those laws. I doubt in the moment as he is failing his oath of office to faithfully execute the laws of the land and the Constitution that he thinks about committing a crime or ignoring his duties under the Constitution. I think that he is genuinely unaware of the laws he is breaking when he does it but who is to blame if he ends up committing impeachable crimes during his presidency? His staff? His party? His family? His advisers? His own lack of willingness to learn the job he was elected to? All of the above? We have all seen that Trump famously takes zero responsibility for anything and never apologizes for anything he does or says. It is never his fault no matter the circumstances. So given the Ukraine call that has put the entire impeachment process into the public sphere, is it Trump's fault that he spoke candidly about a quid pro quo arrangement that clearly crossed a legal line out of ignorance of the law? YOU'RE DAMN RIGHT IT'S TRUMP'S FAULT. The fact that he was elected with no political experience and has done nothing in three years to learn the job, he doesn't read, he doesn't take or understand briefings, he doesn't listen to advisers, he undermines his own Intelligence Agencies and the State Department, he decries the free press at every opportunity, he insults and distances his administration from our allies, he cuddles up to Putin at every turn, he weakens our military by making irrational decisions that always seen to help Russia and a whose-who list of the worst dictators on the planet, should tell anyone paying attention that he deserves exactly what he has brought on himself.