Trump says he will be impeached if Republicans are routed in midterms

Half of Republicans believe the media are the ‘enemy of the people’ poll

Trump says he will be impeached if Republicans are routed in midterms

Additionally, confirmation of an impeachment plan from Bryce-a progressive, Bernie Sanders-style Democrat with a massive war chest who has somehow managed to make himself palatable to his party's centrist wing-could suggest the idea of impeaching Trump is gaining traction among congressional Democrats. "Then people said, 'He hasn't done anything wrong, '...'Oh, that doesn't matter, we will impeach the president'".

The announcements come after Democrats won two special elections for state Senate seats Tuesday.

"Well, I respect that, and Nancy Pelosi has said all along that she really wanted everything geared towards talking about what we are doing and how we are working for the people and, you know, about our public policy", Waters said.

"I think even as Republicans see it now, some of them are whispering". Right now, Republicans hold a majority of seats, 236-193. "I say "impeach 45" and they go nuts and they agree, and 70 percent of Democrats in a recent poll said he should be impeached".

Donald Trump has urged Republicans to fight to keep control of the House of Representatives to save him being impeached by the Democrats, writes The Independent.Republicans now hold a 235-193 advantage in the lower chamber of the US Congress.

As of April 11, the count sat at 38 Republicans and 17 Democrats.

And beyond the difficulty with what history shows about midterm elections, dozens of Republicans are not running for new terms, including House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis. The concern bridges the gap between moderate and conservative wings of the party, with Freedom Caucus chairman Mark Meadows saying that Republicans "need to complete one landmark piece of legislation signed into law each month between now and November", and Rep. Carlos Curbelo, a moderate, noting that "The more we can get done, the better".

Cheney said how 2018 will go for Republicans is up in the air.

MSNBC host Joy Reid asked about Trump's latest comments at a rally criticizing Waters' impeachment stance, and the congresswoman embraced her status as one of the president's most strident critics.

If Democrats take over the House and retain control of the Senate, all bets are off, says Trump.

I think Donald Trump knows full well, that he has plenty of things in his past that could easily lead to an impeachment.

"You just hope nothing happens to you", she said.

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