(RoyalPatriot)- If reports from the Wall Street Journal and New York Post are to be believed, President Donald Trump is preparing to get revenge on the 10 Republican lawmakers who voted to impeach him in the second Democrat witch hunt on Wednesday.
President Trump reportedly summoned his aides after the vote on Wednesday. The Journal reported that the president “wanted to know who the lawmakers were and whether he had ever done anything for them.”
Trump also inquired “who might run against them when they face re-election in two years.”
It sounds like whether or not President Donald Trump intends to run again in 2024, he won’t be letting go of any grudges.
And many of his supporters are likely to back him in those efforts. According to a CBS News and YouGov poll publ9shed on Wednesday, some 85% of Republicans oppose impeaching President Trump for a second time.
The poll showed only 15% of Republicans supporting it, meaning the president has a large base of Republicans ready to help him campaign against candidates that supported his impeachment.
Could this be the beginning of a new set of Trump rallies designed to replace GOP establishment candidates with new, Trump-esque populist candidates?
The Republicans who voted in favor of impeaching President Trump were:
– Rep. Liz Cheney, Wyoming
– Rep. Tom Rice, South Carolina
– Rep. John Katko, New York
– Anthony Gonzalez, Ohio
– Peter Meijer, Michigan
– Adam Kinzinger, Illinois
– Dan Newhouse, Washington
– Fred Upton, Michigan
– Jaime Herrera Beutler, Washington
– David Valadao, California
Most notably of the 10 was Rep. Liz Cheney, who has previously had public spats with the presidency over foreign policy matters.
Following the vote, Liz Cheney faced a big backlash from fellow Republicans. The Wyoming representative is now likely to face a primary challenge, and the president has other members of Congress behind him.
“She should not be serving this conference,” Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona said. “That’s it.”
However, any efforts to primary the 10 Republicans is likely to further divide Republicans, with high-profile names like Dan Crenshaw already throwing their weight behind Cheney. The Republic Representative from Texas said on Twitter that Cheney “has a helot of a lot more backbone than most.”
The question is…does she have more backbone than President Trump?