Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 Presidential elections to Trump even after getting approximately 66 million votes, but he is now on the verge of being an ex-President with just 67 votes. This news might be surprising, but the truth is, the Congress needs only over 0.0001% of votes compared to that of the votes received by Hillary Clinton to end Trump’s Presidency. The impeachment trial is scheduled to be held later this week, and as per the Constitution, the House requires two-thirds of the Senate which is 67 senators to vote against Trump to convict and remove him as the President.
Presently, 45 Democratic senators will for sure vote against the President. Along with them, two independent senators are expected to take the Democrats side in voting against Trump. In the end, it all reaches to Republican senators, if 20 of them vote against Trump then that will be the end of Donald Trump as the President of the USA. This situation is freaking out the President, and it is known that he is stressed out of the outcome. Some of the comments from Republican senators are adding to Trump’s stress level. GOP Senator Jeff Flake said - “there would be at least 35 Republican senators who would vote against Trump if the voting is kept secret.” Democratic Senator Chris Murphy stated - “at least 5 Republicans are already likely to vote in line with Democrats.” Despite all the speculations, in hindsight 20 Republican senators voting against Trump is highly impossible. We will have to wait until the end of the week to know if Republican senators send Trump packing.
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