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The Anti-Trump Republican Made Major Career Change

The Anti-Trump Republican Made Major Career Change
The Anti-Trump Republican Made Major Career Change

The Anti-Trump Republican Made Major Career Change

Nearly all of the Republicans in the House of Representatives who voted against Trump in 2021 are in danger of losing their seats in the next election. Liz Cheney was unable to win re-election to her position. Adam Kinzinger has lost his seat as a result of gerrymandering.

A lot of the same things have happened to the other RINOs in the House who betrayed Donald Trump and turned against him. What should be done with those Republicans who, in the aftermath of the 2020 election, voted with Democrats? We are aware that the chances of re-election for some of them, like Lisa Murkowski, are not very good.

Oh, you’re right. Ben Sasse has decided to take a position at the University of Florida rather than continue his career in the Senate, where he may have had the opportunity to advance his career inside the federal government. As a result, he resigned himself to a life of relative obscurity. And this has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that he ruined his reputation with the people of Nebraska by turning against Donald Trump.

The Republicans who abandoned President Trump in the years 2020 and 2021 did so because they believed that the 45th president had reached the end of his term. He was found guilty of inciting a disturbance on January 6th and was impeached as a result. You have to ask yourself why anyone would still support him, don’t you? I suppose that these Republicans have always been Republican in name only and that they have been patiently waiting for the opportunity to betray their party and their president.

Sasse backed the wrong donkey and voted to denounce Trump for an impeachment that was hurried through by Democrats without even a single inquiry being conducted.

It would have been 2026, two years into a potential third term for Trump when his re-election would have taken place. For him to step down at this time, one can only assume that he has genuine concerns about being punished by the GOP. After all, Trump, who had previously expressed support for Sasse, has become his most vocal opponent. According to the reports, he will make his announcement in November, and then he would quit his position thirty days after that.

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