Let us be clear that for the purposes of this question the 46th President of the US was validly elected.
But let us imagine a situation in the future where it turns out that the US President was not validly elected - perhaps there really was massive fraud (not just fake fraud), or the President turns out not to be a US citizen. Let us also imagine that this comes out only after inauguration day, and that there is clear public support for removing the President, meaning that the states actually want to change the result.
Could the President be removed, and if so how?
Some ideas people might want to work with:
- Could state legislators vote to reverse their choice of electors, or to re-run the electoral college vote? Could Federal legislators vote to reverse their certification of the results and/or rerun the electoral college? Could they arbitrarily appoint a new President?
- Or would the President have to be impeached, on the assumption that they must have done something impeachable in order to get invalidly elected?