Which probably means that impeaching 1) a very popular president (his approval was around 60 when impeachment proceedings started) for 2) incredibly weak reasons (lying about getting a blow-job - even under oath - is not something that anybody recognizes as a crime and is something that pretty much any married man would do).
In Trump's case you have a very UNpopular president (approval at 41.5%), who has committed some very serious crimes that we know of, and likely has also been a principal in an international organized crime syndicate. That ain't lying about a blowjob.
So he'll probably get impeached, and might even be removed from office if the evidence against him is strong enough.
And if the Republicans don't remove him if there is solid evidence of very serious crimes staring them in the face? Well then I'd predict with a high degree of certainty that he will be killed.