Gunnz Administration 25th Amendment Incident

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The Gunnz Administration 25th Amendment Incident involved President Gunnz's cabinet's decision to remove President Gunnz pursuant to the 25th Amendment to the United States Constitution. The situation arose when President Gunnz was unable to be located as Turkish troops crossed the Syrian border and attacked troops affiliated with the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, an ally of the United States.

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The cabinet's decision to invoke the 25th Amendment produced significant interest by Congress in the reasons for the decision to do so. Following an investigation, Congress released a report on the incident which was widely criticized. Some members of Congress called for impeachment of Vice President Joseph Ibney and members of the cabinet, though no such effort was ever actually made.

The incident was a topic of contention during the June 7, 2020 vice-presidential debate, during which then-vice-presidential candidate Dewey Cheatem asserted that "President Gunnz's mysterious disappearance at a moment of crisis" raised concerns "about his ability to competently govern."