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GOP Senate Staffer: Trump Civil War Tweet a “Tipping Point” For Some Republicans

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Could convince more Republicans to vote to remove him from office.

Paul Joseph Watson
October 1, 2019


Trump’s civil war tweet was a “tipping point” that could lead to more Republicans supporting his removal from office, according to a GOP Senate staffer.

The quote was tweeted by White House correspondent and CNN political analyst Brian J. Karem.

“NOW From a GOP Senate staffer: “The Civil War tweet is a tipping point for some, but not all.” Says Trump’s actions are pushing the GOP toward removal if that vote comes. It boils down to @senatemajldr. “If Sen. McConnell votes for removal, then it’s over.”

However, the consensus remains that McConnell would never vote to remove Trump.

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Despite Democrats exploding with rage in response to the tweet, accusing Trump of “threatening” a civil war, the reality is quite different.

Trump was actually quoting Pastor Robert Jeffress, who warned of “a Civil War like fracture” if Trump is removed from office.


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This article was posted: Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at 1:04 pm

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