Let's get really weird and assume: Trump has new evidence submitted and he resigns before impeachment. Pence is now President Biden wins the Democratic nomination and defeats Pence in the popular vote and Electoral College by barely squeaking by. The House of Representative flips to Republican control and McCarthy is named Speaker of the House. The Senate remains in Republican hands with McConnell in charge. Now, wouldn't Biden be subject to impeachment in the House on day one of his administration for his actions in Ukraine, claiming that if the prosecutor was not removed, they would not get the billion dollar loan guarantee? The evidence is on tape and the Senate would be forced to remove him in a trial that could last one day. The Democrat VP would then become President. Sound plausible?