In a new op-ed Juan Williams wrote that President Trump's chances of leaving office prematurely via impeachment or resignation may be rising.

He noted that Republicans are in no rush to defend Trump amid sinking approval numbers and added that Democrats seem apolitical at times.


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Williams said on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that a PPP poll showed a segment of voters would support impeachment of Trump if evidence of Russian collusion in the 2016 election is found.

Tucker Carlson responded by noting that polls have been egregiously wrong on Trump at times.

He said that Trump voters would still say Trump represents them better than their member of Congress.

Williams said that some legislators, like those in the Freedom Caucus, obviously have no fear of such repercussions at the ballot box because of the fact they bucked the president's wishes on health care.

Others don't want the Republican "brand" damaged by testimony from former advisers Gen. Michael Flynn [Ret.] or Roger Stone.


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