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Republicans Need To Move On From Trump
Trump is too unstable to lead a viable Republican coalition. For the GOP to win elections, it needs someone more competent and moral than Trump.
So, the same thing they said about him 5 years ago.

I stand with the guy who has stood for me.
That man is President Donald J. Trump.
 

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Due to the fact that @Kauboy is looking for the exact reason to ban my sorry ass, I'll not respond. If I did respond, it'd be full-blown Army talk.
Seriously, I thought of you when I posted this article/started this thread.

So @Kauboy be damned...lets hear your thoughts...:tango_face_grin:
 

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That man seems to be of the impression that we want to KEEP the GOP.
I want to lay them 6 feet low.

He's right. Trump is NOT the choice for the GOP. He's the choice for people who want to fix what's wrong with the GOP.
 

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Trump Not Resigning, Will 'Not Leave the Public Stage at All:' Gaetz

President Donald Trump has no plans to resign and remains the most powerful, most influential Republican, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said late Sunday.

"I spoke with President Trump today. He's not resigning, and he is not leaving the public stage at all. Donald J. Trump remains the inspirational leader of a loving and patriotic movement. People who believe that America's best days can still be ahead, people who support law enforcement, and who need to stand together and fight against a radical left-wing agenda that it appears that Joe Biden intends to usher in with unified control over the government, with the House and the Senate," Gaetz*said on "Fox Report Weekend."

"President Trump continues to be the most powerful, the most influential Republican on the planet Earth. It's my expectation that while he'll be leaving the White House in several days when his term is lawfully complete, he will continue to weigh in on matters that are important to the tens of millions of Americans who voted for him, who believe that this election process that we went through in 2020 still deserves more scrutiny and who expect that there will still be a constituency of people fighting for the America First agenda," he added.

Democrats as well as several Republicans have called on Trump to resign. Some are pushing Vice President Mike Pence and the Cabinet to remove Trump via the 25th Amendment, though a source close to Pence told The Epoch Times he doesn't support that proposal.

House Democrats are planning to try to impeach Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) told colleagues Sunday night that the party will proceed with bringing impeachment legislation to a vote.

Gaetz said impeachment would be unnecessary and divisive, noting that just nine days remain in Trump's term.

"It's only being done because Democrats want to keep the focus on President Trump," Gaetz said. "You would think that with just nine, 10 days left in the Trump presidency for this term, you would have Democrats eager to focus on what Joe Biden would be bringing to the country, his exciting picks for the cabinet, but, you see, they have to continue to hold together a very fragile coalition by maintaining the focus on President Trump."

Trump has supporters in Congress, but is receiving criticism from a growing number of Republicans. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) on Sunday said the president committed "impeachable offenses" and other GOP lawmakers have criticized his actions and words last week.

But Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) on Monday said Trump's policies "are the future of the Republican Party.

"I believe that we need to become more of a blue collar party, more of a worker party. We need to still embrace our conservative values, especially our conservative social values. But we need to be a party of unity, we need to be an inclusive party, we need to attract more minorities to the Republican Party, and if we're going to grow, we're going to have to be a big-tent party," he said. "But consistent on our conservative ideology and focus on trying to help working Americans, forgotten Americans. Trump's base is the future of the Republican Party."
 

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For having a PhD in political theory the guy sure sounds like a rambling buffoon. How quickly the idiot forgets all the great things the man did and sacrificed for this great country.

The one thing the moron didn't say is who will take his place. Can't think of one so calling republican. That will draw thousands to a rally from every corner of the country.

He should focus his efforts on dealing with the lying, cheating, no holds barred liberals. That have learned how to get away with election fraud, treason and murder to gain control. Just how and who will be able to overcome that little issue??
 

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I don't think he'll run again but I do believe he is going to be VERY influential in politics...if he lives and stays out of jail.

You can take it to the bank that those "republicans" who threw him under the bus...will wish they hadn't.
 

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Republicans need to freakin embrace Trump or they will find themselves on the exterior looking in for a long time.

I remain absolutely convinced some democrats got together when Reagan buried them and joined the R party with the intent of destroying it from within. This includes McCain, Romney and others. They are now striving to divide the party between Trump and so called R that don’t like Trump. I personally liked Trump and cared none about the errors he has made both personal and professional. We all get seem to caught up in failures and ignore overwhelming success.
 

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Republicans need to freakin embrace Trump or they will find themselves on the exterior looking in for a long time.

I remain absolutely convinced some democrats got together when Reagan buried them and joined the R party with the intent of destroying it from within. This includes McCain, Romney and others. They are now striving to divide the party between Trump and so called R that don’t like Trump. I personally liked Trump and cared none about the errors he has made both personal and professional. We all get seem to caught up in failures and ignore overwhelming success.
 

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I'm looking forward to the day Don JR runs for POTUS.
POTUS? Why in the Hell would he or any other patriot run for that office? We are now beyond that. We need a leader and he'd be a good one, but commo has been cut. Tech Bastards have the edge.
 

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The republican party is dead, not that they haven't been for while now. Future elections? Not hardly.The Socialist have the play book and know they will not be challenged by the courts. The sheep will be told they are voting but they won't have a any choice in the matter. Leadership will be key but I don't believe Trump is the answer, sorry, just don't see it. One thing is certain, going forward you can be sure the left will move against anyone willing to step up on the right.
 

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I'm not sure of the author....

“You can easily vote your way into Socialism, but you must shoot your way out.”
 
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