If US President Donald Trump continues along some of the policies that he said he would pursue, Republican neoconsertives in the Senate might join Democrats and remove him, American journalist Don Debar says.
The Republicans lost the House of Representatives to the Democrats in the November 6 midterm elections. The Republicans, however, consolidated their grip on the Senate.
In an interview with Press TV on Thursday, Debar expressed concerns that the outcome of the midterms might have decreased the possibility of the United States having a detente with Russia and China and peace agreements with North Korea and Iran.
He said that the Democratic control of the House means Trump must not alienate neocons in the Senate to the degree that a House impeachment vote could result in his removal by the Senate.
“It’s important to keep in mind that neocons dominate the foreign policy orientation and program of both the Democratic and the Republican…