To The Daily Sun,
Many critics point to (Republican vice presidential candidate Mike) Pence's failure to defend accusations made by (Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim) Kaine against Donald Trump, and there are rumors that Trump is upset at Pence for not doing so. They also suggest that Pence is positioning himself for a 2020 run for president, after a 2016 loss by Trump. But Pence is proving himself to be the "darling" of the true conservatives, and Trump is not so — even being accused of being a closet Democrat.
But why wait? If the Republican Party can get Trump elected this year, they could impeach Trump over many issues, and install Pence as president — as their true champion. Trump and his supporters should be concerned about losing to Hillary, but PETRIFIED about being the lamb surrounded by wolves in the Republican Party should he be elected. I'm sure they would be glad to be rid of this embarrassment called Trump.
A loss to Hillary would be far less humiliating and damaging to Trump's ego, than being impeached within six months of taking office. How would this possible scenario affect the voting of Trump supporters, on Nov. 8, facing such Republican treachery.
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