The President certainly understands what is at stake in the coming months, as the 2018 midterm elections loom.
The democrats have long been claiming that a big “blue wave” was coming to sweep incumbent republicans out of the house and senate, paving the way for some sort of tidal force capable of completely delegitimizing President Donald Trump. Of course, in reality, there has been little evidence to back up their claims of impending sway. In fact, there is plenty of evidence to purport that no such “wave” is coming, let alone in a scant few weeks.
But, in all fairness, should the democrats muster some sort of bizarrely powerful surge, there is undoubtedly a threat of impeachment for The Donald.
The President did not shy away from this fact at a rally on Thursday night.
President Donald Trump sought to heighten the sense of urgency for his base Thursday when he told supporters that if he is impeached, “it’s your fault, ’cause you didn’t go out to vote.”
Trump has discussed the prospect of being impeached before, but his comments come after a whirlwind week raised fresh questions about his fitness for office and control over his administration.“You didn’t go out to vote — that’s the only way it could happen,” Trump said during a rally in Billings, Montana.“I’ll be the only President in history they’ll say: ‘What a job he’s done! By the way, we’re impeaching him,'” Trump said.“This election, you aren’t just voting for a candidate, you are voting for which party controls Congress,” the President said. “Very important thing. Very important thing.”