It would now appear that some Republicans in the Senate and Congress have now come to their senses and see Trump for what he is, no matter how belatedly this is.
For Trump has done and still is causing serious damage to the Republican Party, who now appear to see to it that Trump can never be elected to Governing Office again.
I feel it is forgone that the Impeachment resolution will have no problems coming through the Congress, but the hurdle will be the Senate.
Source: GOP Support For Impeachment Grows As Republicans Say They’ll Vote Against Trump | HuffPost UK
An expert on Watergate says that today’s House Republicans have taken precisely the opposite position than the GOP took in 1974 on the president’s power to withhold documents from Congress.
Source: Congressional Republicans abandon constitutional heritage and Watergate precedents in defense of Trump : The Conversation
Congressional Republicans are becoming more critical of President Trump amid the shaky rollout of his executive order on immigration and the lack of clear progress on his legislative agenda.
The rising tensions between both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue come at a critical time in the Trump presidency, when major decisions on taxes, healthcare and the budget need to be made.
Trump’s criticism of a Republican-appointed federal judge and his praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin over the weekend have rubbed some Republicans the wrong way. Those members, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), have sought to put some daylight between the policies and priorities of the GOP-led Congress and the new administration.
Source: GOP gets bolder in breaking with Trump | TheHill
The president-elect is directly at odds with the Constitution and many of his top aides are flouting federal laws against self-dealing.
Source: A new solution for Trump and his team of billionaires: Ignore the law – The Washington Post
The speech underscored just how far removed he is from typical GOP orthodoxy.
Source: Trump breaks with party on trade as he threatens tariffs – Business Insider
The claim is sweepingly unspecific, and therefore incorrect in a number of ways. But that doesn’t stop Trump from repeating it while on the campaign trail, and he did it again with Meet the Press host Chuck Todd this Sunday
Source: Donald Trump’s repeated claim that the U.S. is ‘the highest taxed’ country is bullsh*t – DeadState