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Source to Fox's Chris Wallace : 'Chance' Senate GOP Votes to Impeach

(Fox News/:Fox News Sunday")

By    |   Sunday, 20 October 2019 11:32 AM

There is a 20% chance Senate Republicans would be inclined to vote to impeach and remove President Donald Trump, a Republican source told "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace.

Wallace told White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney during an interview Sunday that there seems to be  some Republicans who, "if not breaking with the president – distancing themselves from the president."  

"I talked to a very well-connected Republican in Washington this week," Wallace added.

"Somebody whose name you would know well, who says, that 'if the House votes to impeach and it gets to a trial in the Senate, there is now a 20% chance,' he believes – obviously it's just an estimate – now a 20% chance enough Republicans will vote with the Democrats to remove the president."

Mulvaney called the speculation "absurd."

"This comment about a 20% chance this person clearly doesn't know what they're talking about," Mulvaney said.

Mulvaney pointed to President Trump's unpopular move with Republicans on a troop withdrawal in Syria, suggesting they might bend on support for the president but they will not break because "eventually they have to go back home" to their Trump-supporting districts.

Fox News' Wallace has been famously anti-Trump, slamming his colleagues for supporting the president of the United States and reportedly attacking and mocking the president in private.

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