Wisconsin Congressman Sean Duffy believes "absolutely, wholeheartedly" that Democrats will vote to impeach President Trump if they win control of the U.S. House of Representatives in November.
"Democrat candidates might be sketchy about admitting that, especially in more 50-50 seats, but of course they're going to impeach Donald Trump," Duffy told News/Talk 1130 WISN's Dan O'Donnell on Friday. "Do you think that MSNBC or CNN would allow for anything less? And by the way, there aren't that many Blue Dog Democrats left in Congress. They are radical leftist, socialist Democrats. They are like Nancy Pelosi. They are far-left people.
"That's who's winning their primaries, and do you think that the far-left 'Resist' movement base of the Democrat Party would accept anything other than impeachment?"
House Democrats took two impeachment votes against President Trump in the past few months, gaining support for impeachment by the second vote. 58 Democrats voted to impeach in December, while 66 voted for impeachment the following month.
Prominent House Democrats, including California Congresswoman Maxine Waters, have repeatedly called for the President's impeachment, though House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has attempted to downplay such talk.
Duffy, however, strongly believes that Democrats will have no trouble getting the simple majority (218 votes) to trigger impeachment proceedings should the Democratic Party retake control of the House.
"If we don't keep the House," Duffy said, "we lose the opportunity to enact the next stage of great things for the economy; the reform that's needed to continue this growth in the long run. The whole government shuts down and Trump can't do anything in the last two years because we're in an impeachment battle. That would be just heartbreaking for us."
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