We're working to the wrong standard. The interests of the American people come first, and they are entitled to have a President whose basic neurophysiological functionality is not in question. The cabinet ought to feel empowered to divest the President of his executive powers while leaving his title intact--until such time as matters clarify to their satisfaction. If the decision is seen as potentially reversible, it will be easier to make in the first place.
To go back to the quarterback analogy: If one cannot be sure he can handle the pumpkin, he should not have it. Even more so, neither should the President.
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