Republican senator resigns from Trump and admits leaving the party | USA Elections 2012

It is unlikely that the invasion of the headquarters of the US Congress by supporters of Donald Trump, in the middle of last week, will lead to the repetition of that historic day of August 1974, when a handful of Republican senators went to the House Banking to advise President Nixon to resign because of the Watergate scandal. But the truth is that party discipline among conservatives is also a thing of the past: in a very harsh statement, Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski became the first major figure in the Republican Party to demand President Trump’s departure, whom he accuses of having responsibilities in the death of five people in the invasion of the Capitol.


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