Is it completely beyond the reach of the possibility that the Republican majority Senate will condemn Trump? Why or why not?

Yes, it is completely outside the scope of possibility.

If (YES!) The DNC is able to arm the majority of Democratic representatives to vote for articles of political judgment, then it acts as an accusation and the Senate celebrates the trial. The accusation of political judgment itself has no effect on the President.

To convict the president for a crime requires a vote of "guilty" by 67 senators. That's not gonna happen.

Keep in mind that the Senate has the option of simply discarding the Articles of Indictment as unfounded, as they are. However, Trump demands a trial if the House votes for the recall. A trial will allow you to summon members of Congress and senior officials of the Obama administration and ask them questions under oath. They don't want to have to do that.

What will the Republican do to counter the cruel tactics of the Democrats to have the truth on their side?

The Bible is the literal truth and the Democrats deny it. Democrats worship the world. They discard the scriptures that offend them. We are all horrible people, only God is good, but Republicans accept the Bible as the truth and the word of God. Democrats don't want to hear about Romans 1: 24-32, they don't want to hear about 1 John 2:22, they don't want to hear about 1 Thessalonians 2: 13-16, they don't want to hear about 2 Thessalonians 3:10, nor They want to hear about Matthew 15. They just want to be informed and feel comfortable with the world.

[ Politics ] Open question: Help! I have an IQ of 60, but will that prevent me from being a Republican?

[Policy] Open question: Help! I have an IQ of 60, but will that prevent me from being a Republican?

Have you ever been friends with a Republican?

Absolutely, but I have decoupled from leftists and Democrats, both socially and professionally, except in the rare cases, interaction is inevitable.

It has been that way since the beginning of the first term of 0bama and my quality of life has improved significantly because of that.

How does it feel to be a Republican who voted for THE most corrupt, corrupt and impeccable president in human history?

This entire presidency has been a learning experience for Americans.

First, this 2016 election is the SECOND TIME IN THIS CENTURY that the popular vote has been for someone other than the president and the Electoral College is to blame for this.

Second, Donald Trump is a lifelong criminal who was under federal prosecution for fraud while running through the Trump University Scandal and paid the litigants to disappear. He has a criminal record with the federals since 1973.

Finally, he has no idea what he is doing and does not know how our government works. And his personality disorder makes him the laughing stock of the world and us along with him.

For once … just ONCE I would like to see Donald Trump in jail for his criminal behavior. A place where you can't just get out of there making a promise of payment and then denying.

EVERY Republican is registered with the following statement. Will they say the same if President Warren asks England and France for help?

I am sure that if President Warren or Biden or Obama or any other Democrat did EXACTLY what Trump did, they would be citing the same law that the Democrats are now citing against Trump and asking for a political trial.

But that is not the point. The point is that they put loyalty to the man above the respect for the written law that the Congress itself approved and that the previous Presidents have signed. They have forever undermined their own credibility, yes, but it's about ensuring that a man has all the power he wants.

Trump himself expressed it best: he could shoot someone in the middle of Fifth Avenue and his followers would still support him. That is not only true for its voters. It is true for members of Congress within their own party. They stopped being legislators and began supporting a possible dictator.

And, by the way, for those of you who suggest that Trump did not violate the law, I refer you to section 30121 (b) of Title 52 of the United States code, which makes it a crime to request assistance from any foreign person in connection with a political campaign

Will the House vote this week on the investigation and will eventually cause Trump (and the Republican Party) to stop whining and crying like a little bee?

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