So, lets say a certain wig-wearing candidate were elected president, and he decided to (contrary to certain campaign promises) not commit several violations of the constitution into law; Lets say he was a fantastic president, and brought peace and harmony to all individuals, regardless of race, sex, creed, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, blah blah blah...
Obviously, this would anger the portion of the population that elected him immensely. They would probably call for impeachment, but the president wouldn't have committed any crimes, just broken a long lost of campaign promises.
Is there any recourse to remove a dissatisfactory* president from office if he has broken no laws?
*dissatisfactory can mean anythings, and it's definition is of course subjective not object, but this question is about when the majority believes the subject interpretation