Anyone with actual knowledge of how things work in Congress know this….
It would take 67 US Senators to vote President Donald Trump out of office…
If ALL of the Democrats voted against Trump?
There would have to another 20 votes from the Republicans members of the Senate…
Senate Minority Leader Schumer probably couldn’t even get all the Democrats to vote against Trump…
Then there is the clincher….
(We’ve repeated this about 50 time s here)
Bill Clinton’s approval ROSE after the failure to impeach him…
A impeachment vote now would almost certainly stop further probes against Trump and assure him a second term….
Democratic leaders seem to be looking to continue leaving Trump twisting in the wind dealing with over 10 separate state and federal investigations into his campaign, supporters and financial dealings…
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (Calif.), the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, noted that Democrats on her panel have asked for Mueller to appear before them. She said this would be an important test of the Trump administration.
“The Mueller report — I read a lot of reports, I really do — it was a tough read to read every line of those two volumes,” she said. “I think we need to finish collecting and looking at that report. And I think it’s vital that Mueller come before [us.]”
Democrats in tough reelection races next year are trying to tamp down talk of impeachment, which would rev up the conservative base and likely turn off swing voters.
Sen. Doug Jones (D-Ala.) says that while some of the president’s conduct as described in the Mueller report was “borderline appalling,” he does not favor impeachment.
“I’m not for that,” he said. “There needs to be some oversight, and we’ll see how that goes.”
He says the focus should be on strengthening U.S. voting systems and safeguarding future elections instead of on Trump’s “personal issues.”
Senate Democratic Whip Dick Durbin (Ill.) on Monday said it’s “too early” to begin impeachment proceedings and urged House lawmakers instead to “gather information, evidence, testimony.”
Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), who is also running for president, has broken with Warren and Harris by joining other Democratic lawmakers who say there needs to be more investigation before floating the prospect of impeachment….