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Democratic Rep. Jeff Van Drew (N.J.) will switch political parties after voicing opposition to impeachment, sources told The Hill.
Van Drew has begun informing his staff and fellow New Jersey delegation members that he will leave the Democratic Party, Democratic aides said. His decision comes after a lengthy Friday meeting with President Trump.
The article goes on to state the following:
Van Drew is one of just two Democratic lawmakers who voted against launching an impeachment inquiry into Trump. He is a member of the centrist Blue Dog caucus.
The Washington Examiner added:
“Several high-level sources with ties to Van Drew” said his chief of staff has notified the lawmaker’s campaign and congressional staffs that he’s switching to the GOP, the New Jersey Globe reported Saturday.
According to The Washington Post, Van Drew said Tuesday that he wasn’t switching parties, but that he would be voting against impeachment.
“I’m not changing anything — just doing my job,” he said. “I’m still a Democrat, right here.”
DMLNewsApp founder Dennis Michael Lynch said he believes the Democrats’ impeachment of President Donald J. Trump will be the best thing to help him in the 2020 election.
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When his colleagues are set to impeach Trump.
Van Drew was losing support at home
— Jonathan Martin (@jmartNYT) December 14, 2019
The Van Drew story seems pretty simple to me: the guy got a poll back saying that voters in his swing district would punish him for voting against impeachment, so he decided to switch parties to keep his job. https://t.co/lkwGKyQ6VF
— Jon Favreau (@jonfavs) December 14, 2019
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