In the 2018 elections, Democrats win back the House and Nancy Pelosi becomes Speaker of the House.
Congressional and Robert Mueller's investigations demonstrate Trump's criminality and Pence's complicity. They both resign in lieu of impeachment/removal or prosecution.
Ms. Pelosi becomes the President. She nominates Hillary Clinton to be her Vice President. Enough Senate Republicans are convinced that the country needs "healing" that she is approved.
In 2020, the Pelosi/Clinton ticket wins the election in a blue wave that secures the Democratic House and gains a small advantage in the Senate.
Early in the new administration, President Pelosi announces that she has serious health issues that require her to spend more time with her family. She resigns and Vice President Clinton is sworn in as the 47th President.
President Clinton nominates Senator Tim Kaine to be her Vice President. The Senate overwhelmingly approves his nomination.
History is corrected.
Of course, it won't happen, right?
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