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Growing Coalition of GOP Lawmakers Quietly Conspiring to Remove Trump

Political experts say President Donald Trump’s days in office are numbered, following a series of public arguments with powerful lawmakers from his own party.

Several top Republicans in Washington D.C. have started attacking Trump in the past several weeks. Political insiders say there is basically zero chance that Trump will complete his first term in office without being removed or forced to resign.

Trump’s latest political battle broke out after GOP Sen. Bob Corker slammed Trump in a public statement posted to Twitter. Corker delivered a major jab at Trump, calling the White House an “adult day care center.”

After Sen. Corker posted that Twitter message, all hell started to break out all over Washington D.C. We are now witnessing a major battle within the Republican party, and more politicians than ever are starting to bail on the Trump administration.

There is a key reason why all of this is important – the Republicans have a very narrow majority in the U.S. Senate, with only 52 votes. If more than 2 Republicans in the Senate refuse to go along with the Trump agenda, then Trump won’t be able to get anything passed through Congress.

Before this, we had Sen. John McCain and Sen. Susan Collins as vocal critics of Trump’s agenda, and we also have Sen. Rand Paul breaking with Trump on several issues.

Now with Sen. Corker openly criticizing the Trump administration as well, there are four Republicans in the Senate who are against Trump. There’s simply no way they can build a majority of votes to pass any of the legislation that Trump is supporting.

As the New York Times reported, “The president has already seen what can happen with a 52-vote Senate caucus that can be thwarted by the defection of just three Republicans. Until now, Mr. Corker has not been one of the renegades on those high-drama votes that killed Mr. Trump’s health care legislation. By himself, Mr. Corker could make it that much harder for the president to hold a fragile majority on upcoming votes on taxes, among other priorities — and if he emboldens other Republican doubters, it could add to Mr. Trump’s challenge.”

Trump’s control over his own party has totally fallen apart. It’s only a matter of time before he’s forced out of office once and for all.

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