Don’t assume the Senate would *never* remove Donald Trump



As public approval for the impeachment and removal of President Donald Trump grows, vulnerable Senate Republicans will need to decide whether they break away from the majority in an attempt to save their own political careers. Chris Cillizza analyzes the steps that would have to happen to lead the Republican-majority Senate to remove the President from office. #CNN #News #Cillizza SOURCES AND FURTHER READING: Don't assume the Senate would never remove Donald Trump https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/01/politics/trump-impeachment-senate/index.html. Republican congressman open to impeaching Trump announces retirement https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/19/politics/francis-rooney-retirement-impeachment/index.html. Former Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich says he's now for impeaching Trump https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/18/politics/kasich-calls-for-trump-impeachment/index.html. The Liberation of Mitt Romney https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2019/10/mitt-romney-middle-impeachment-fight/600373/. Graham open to other evidence on impeachment https://www.axios.com/graham-hbo-interview-impeachment-trump-1375b703-f723-4a2c-9e15-7366ee25c55b.html. About me: I was named "best dressed" in 7th grade. That, along with being CNN's editor at large and author of the daily "Point" newsletter are my proudest achievements. Look for me here every Tuesday and Thursday to find out what’s really going down in politics. CREDITS
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