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As the House impeachment inquiry intensifies, President Donald Trump has begun relying increasingly on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to unify Republicans and shore up support. Trump has even begun phoning McConnell up to three times per day, CNN reported Wednesday. Trump has also begun raging at Republican senators whom he views as disloyal — most notably lashing out at Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah, but also at Republicans who have not vocally defended Trump.
President Donald Trump phones Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell up to three times per day in a frenzy over the congressional impeachment inquiry, CNN reported, citing a person familiar with the conversations. His behavior has started to mimic his fury during the Russia investigation, according to CNN, and Trump is relying on McConnell to see him through the turmoil, unify Republicans, and shore up support.
Trump has also begun raging at Republican senators whom he views as disloyal — most notably lashing out at Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah. Romney has criticized Trump's efforts to solicit foreign intervention to investigate his political rivals as "wrong and appalling."
CNN reported, citing a person familiar with the conversations
originally posted by: toolgal462
So freakin' what? I hope he calls him 10 times a day to make the old fool ACT. Someone in the R's needs to step up and fight back the lunatic Democrats of the House who are making a complete mockery of the government.