Mulvaney Believes Dem Impeachment Effort Will Lead to 45 State Trump Landslide

According to a new report from Axios, Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney believes the Democrats impeachment effort will lead to a 45 state Trump landslide victory.

Per WashingtonExaminer, According to CNN, several sources have claimed that Mulvaney could be in risk of losing his job amid Trump’s frustrations with him for failing to construct “a strategy for defending and explaining the contents” of both the complaint and the transcript of the president’s July phone call with the leader of Ukraine.

According to one of the sources, there is widespread frustration in the White House surrounding the lack of response for dealing with the releases, and Mulvaney appears to be taking the heat for it. However, they also indicated that President Trump may not be eager to fire him just yet “given the amount of tumult” from the week.

White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham denied the report on Saurday, saying, “This story is manufactured palace intrigue.”

Axios reports in numerous recent conversations with colleagues, including last week’s senior staff meeting, White House acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney has said he thinks President Trump could win 45 states in 2020 after the impeachment process — a magnitude of landslide that few if any independent pollsters would dare predict.

Between the lines: People who’ve heard Mulvaney make this remark say he wasn’t joking or even exaggerating. He appears to genuinely believe that impeachment will have a profoundly positive effect on Trump’s political fortunes, according to 3 sources who have heard Mulvaney make the 45-state prediction.

  • Mulvaney also believes that the longer the impeachment process drags on, the better it is, politically, for Trump, these sources added.
  • Mulvaney did not stipulate which 5 states he thought Trump would still lose when he made these comments, a source who heard them said.
  • His view appears to be based more on instinct than polling data. I have seen no polling that supports his prediction, and at this early stage, responsible polling analysts are extremely wary of predicting which party will benefit more from impeachment in 2020.
  • But it’s possible Mulvaney is echoing the ebullience emanating from the Trump campaign. They are raising breathtaking sums online by telling supporters to give money to help Trump fight the Democrats trying to impeach him.

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