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After nearly a week of speculation, Rep. Jeff Van Drew, D-N. J., announced Thursday, in an Oval Office meeting with President Trump, that he will be joining the Republican party.
The members of Congress, one of the few Democrats who voted against the impeachment Trump on Wednesday explained his reason for the party to change.
“This is just a better fit for me,” he said. “There were other times in my life when I thought of it.”
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Trump and Van Drew shook hands with Trump a “tremendous asset for the party called him”, and told Van Drew, “I am with you all the way.”
“I am with you,” Van Drew said in response.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., Added, “He wants the majority to the minority. That didn’t happen.”
Vice President Pence thanked Van Drew for his “common sense”, say, “your district is, how grateful we are.”
Rumors of a possible party switch in the middle of the Democrat-led impeachment proceedings against Trump gives members of Van Drew’s caucus to accuse him, to scream, to cross to save the Gang in an attempt to make his candidacy for re-election and forced 5 assistants from his office to resign.
A recent internal survey carried out for the Democrats noted that 58 percent of the primary energy voters in Van Drew’s 2nd Congressional District wanted to nominate another candidate, while only 28 percent said he should be called again.
“Don’t know how you won your district as a Democrat,” Trump said, referring to the southern New Jersey region, the Van is Moved, and the trump card held in the year 2016.
Meanwhile, the house continues to hem and haw with the delivery of the two indictment of the GOP-led Senate plan on when exactly you, an exam, while Trump continues to lambast the process.
“I don’t feel like I’m accused of,” Trump said in the White house. “It is a hoax and a setup. You have a small majority, and forced the people.“
It remains to be seen how Van Drew, the vote on the legislation is now that he’s officially a Republican. Out of 659 votes in the 116th Congress, Van Drew, and McCarthy agreed, only 300 votes.
As a Democrat, Van Drew to overwrite Trump agreed with the veto of a bill that repealed his emergency Declaration for boundary wall of funding and to block the agreed Trump of Paris climate protection agreement.
He has also chosen to block the sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia, and rejected, the Trump management of stress the plan to sanctions against three Russian companies.
In addition, Van Drew’s comments Trump has condemned were four women in the Congress, the President as “The squad,” calling the remarks racist and pushing back on Trump’s attempts to direct the courts to the invalidity of the Affordable Care Act.
“We worked together across the aisle,” McCarthy, Van Drew said, in spite of the fact that the two different views represented 54 percent of the legislative issues. “Looking forward to working together now, the same party. We only need 18 more the majority, and I think we will very soon.”
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Fox News Radio’s Jon Decker contributed to this report.