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Can Republicans who voted against Trump continue in their political careers?
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Can Republicans who voted against Trump continue in their political careers?

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Of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach President Donald Trump, Rep. Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio has said he will not stand for reelection. In the face of tough primary challenges from the right of the party and redistricting, can any of the remaining nine survive the 2022 midterms? What does this say about the Republican Party and Donald Trump's role? 

Of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach President Donald Trump, Rep. Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio has said he will not stand for reelection. In the face of tough primary challenges from the right of the party and redistricting, can any of the remaining nine survive the 2022 midterms? What does this say about the Republican Party and Donald Trump's role? Source by: Stringr

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