GOP senators sick of Trump's conspiracy theories: Do not discuss impeachment in State of the Union address
President Donald Trump delivers his State of the Union address.

WASHINGTON — Republican senators urged President Donald Trump on Monday to stay clear of divisive impeachment rants in his State of the Union address, suggesting that even the GOP is getting sick of the commander in chief’s Ukrainian conspiracy theories.


With Trump’s all-but-certain acquittal expected Wednesday afternoon, a parade of Republicans in the upper chamber advised the president to instead use his Tuesday night speech to focus on the economy, his Middle East peace plan and the recently signed U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement.“When I go home, people are not talking about impeachment,”...

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