"Impeachment" doesn't mean removal from office:

"Although proceedings were delayed...Clinton was impeached on December 19, 1998, by the House of Representatives on grounds of perjury to a grand jury (by a 228–206 vote) and obstruction of justice (by a 221–212 vote)."


I think there is 1 possible outcome that isn't included. What if he is impeached but not convicted in the first term, he gets re-elected, and then impeached and convicted in his second term. Both possibilities are included separately but not together. I don't know how likely it is but it is definitely possible.

That's an interesting point. If anyone is likely to be impeached twice it has to be this guy. The current House has 235 Democrats and 199 Republicans. Two Democrats voted against the impeachment inquiry but the rest were solidly in favour. It might be time for another question that features conviction as well.

"Impeachment is coming. Then what?"