A US analyst says US President Barack Obama is unlikely to end his first term as there are serious efforts by American officials to remove him due to his incompetence.
"It is very doubtful at this time that he will last his first term," Edward Spannaus of Executive Intelligence Review said in an interview with Press TV on Wednesday.
"There are people who are upset within the administration and the Democratic party who are seriously considering how to remove Obama from presidency," Spannaus added.
Many of them put out all their calls for removing Obama under the amendment 25th of the US Constitution.
The amendment allows for the removal of the US president if he is incapacitated either physically or mentally.
Spannaus also opined that people in the military are upset because Obama "is not attentive" to what is going on. "We have troops killing and being killed and he is not interested in dealing with it," he further explained.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Spannaus said people inside the White House say, "Once he got into the White House he is very unhappy having to govern ... he is very frustrated, he is very depressed, some reports say he is on medications and he cannot concentrate or focus, which is a mental problem."
"It is the question of what he is going to do now in this term, the question of the second term is out of the question," he concluded.
According to a new Harris Interactive survey released on Tuesday, just over one-third or 37 percent of respondents have positive opinion about Obama, while about 67 percent of Americans disapprove Obama's performance on jobs and economy.
A recent opinion poll conducted by Gallup had previously revealed that more than half of American voters would not support the re-election of Obama.