The Senate Republicans swear to crush the impeachment efforts if the Democratic-controlled house carries out impeachment proceedings against President Trump.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Presumably Will Ensure That The Measure That Caused Some Frictions Even Among Democrats
Senate Democrats will remain largely powerless as McConnell must resort to impeachment, but also 67 votes – a two-thirds majority – needed to convict the president.
REP. RASHIDA TLAIB SAYS the House is Towards a Consensus for Prosecution
"I think it would be eliminated very quickly," said Lindsey Graham, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, opposite The Hill, on the feasibility of the impeachment procedure. "If it's based on the Mueller report or something similar, it'll be disposed of quickly."
Other Republicans repeated Graham's commentary. Texas Senator John Cornyn told the point of sale that the impeachment procedures adopted by parliament would lead to "nothing".
"It would be defeated. That's why they just want to talk about it, "he added, suggesting that Democrats are more interested in accusing Trump than actually trying. "You know what the result would be."
"It would be defeated, so they just want to talk about it, you know what the outcome would look like."
The Republicans also say Trump would be impeached bring minimal time to the ground.
"Why in the world ?, we give a platform a platform that I call a purely political exercise?" Senator Thom Tillis told The Hill.
"We must have ours but if people think we're going to try to create a theater that could give you the perception that this is a matter that rises up to Watergate, that's nonsense. "
" Why around In the world should we give a platform a platform that I judge to be a purely political exercise? " – Sen. Thom Tillis
NANCY PELOSI" WILL NOT BE ABLE TO IMPEA PUSH CHMENT FROM BEHAVIOR WITH YOUR PARTY ", SENIOR HOUSE TO THE TELLS FOX NEWS
He added that the process would" reward what I consider to be bad behavior in the house ".  03] Democrats Rashida Tlaib of Michigan said Sunday that the House of Representatives is supporting the Trump case.
"I think it's moving in that direction. It will demand it, that's it, "Tlaib said on" Meet the Press "and listed several actions that the President believes are acting" above the law. "
This happens despite House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi's efforts to disrupt presidential referendums have repeatedly warned Democrats not to take such a step. Pelosi will "not be able to stop the impeachment for much longer" as the impeachment talks pick up in her party and is welcomed by the electorate base.