Trump & # 39; will survive accusation and win re-election in landslide & # 39; insists that Richard Nixon's son-in-law
Donald Trump & # 39; will survive impeachment attempt and win 2020 re-election in a small landslide & # 39; urges Richard Nixon's son-in-law
- The son-in-law of former President Nixon and President of the State of New York, Ed Cox, said that President Trump will not be deterred by deposition
- Cox works on Trump's re-election committee and expects a & # 39; small landslide & # 39; for the current president in 2020
- He says that Trump has a strong economy in his favor and that the Senate majority is on his side in case an accusation goes further
- Cox married Tricia Nixon in the White House Rose Garden in 1971
- Father-in-law Richard Nixon stopped as president before he could be deposed in August 1974
The son-in-law of former President Richard Nixon has insisted that Donald Trump survive the accusation – and win the 2020 election in a & # 39; small landslide & # 39 ;.
Ed Cox, the Republican president of the state of New York, is also the national coordinator of the Trump Victory 2020 re-election campaign.
And he insists that the controversial president & # 39; will fight through it & # 39 ;, in an interview with New York Post.
Cox is the son-in-law of former President Richard Nixon, who stopped as president for an impending deposition in August 1974.
But he believes Donald Trump will survive the efforts of the Democratic-controlled House to bring accusation articles against him.
He says there are several major differences between what Nixon has endured in the Watergate scandal against the Ukrainian quid pro quo scandal that engulfs Trump & # 39; s administration.
Cox told the Post that Nixon's accusation was in the middle of the worst recession since the Great Depression … and it hit the bottom right around August of & # 39; 74 & # 39 ;.
But he maintains that the Trump economy is strong, including record numbers on Wall Street combined with low unemployment rates.
He also says that during the Watergate scandal, Nixon did not have the support of either Congress house.
Under Trump, Republicans have the majority in the Senate, and it is they who will ultimately vote on whether or not to remove the president.
Ed Cox, (right), the NY GOP chairman and son-in-law former president Nixon, said that President Trump will win the election in a & # 39; small landslide & # 39; despite the hearings of cancellation investigations. Photo from April 2016 at the annual gala of the NY State Republican State Committee
Rudy Giuliani flashes the thumb up, while New York Republican president Ed Cox (right) looks at the Republican National Convention in July 2016. Cox, former son-in-law of President Nixon, said in comparison to the charge fights: & # 39; worse than – there were no defenders then & # 39;
Cox said: & # 39; It was much worse then – there were no defenders yet.
& # 39; There was no back and forth then – he didn't see it coming. Why would he have one? It didn't happen to Eisenhower. It didn't happen with FDR, & he told the New York Post. & # 39; He was never prepared to think that accusation would be used as a political weapon as it was then. & # 39;
Investigators investigating allegations are trying to determine if Trump has retained support as an incentive for Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden. The President has firmly denied accusations of consideration.
Hearings with public allegations started last week after thousands of pages with closed testimonials.
Cox married Tricia Nixon at a White House ceremony in 1971, a year before her father would have one of the nation's biggest landslides in the history of the presidential election.
He would join his father-in-law's re-election campaign as a surrogate and sat in the front row when Watergate started making headlines.
President Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon accompany their daughter Tricia Nixon and new son-in-law Ed Cox at their White House wedding on June 12, 1971
Former President Richard Nixon salutes the double victory as he leaves the White House for the last time on August 9, 1974 with rising calls for his resignation from the Watergate scandal
Hearings with President Trump accusation have begun this week, but Ed Cox, NY Republican party chairman and son-in-law of President Nixon said, Trump will fight towards an easy victory in 2020
Cox says the whistleblower who started the investigation into Trump's ties with Ukraine is similar to Watergate's anonymous whistleblower who would be known as & # 39; Deep Throat & # 39 ;.
It was revealed in 2005 that Deep Throat was Deputy Director of FBI Mark Felt.
Cox said: & They used (Felt) as this mysterious man who knew everything. He didn't know anything.
& # 39; The (Trump) whistleblower serves the same purpose. & # 39;
Cox is so confident that Trump will win the victory in 2020, he predicts a & # 39; small landslide & # 39 ;.
& # 39; He is going to fight. He has the resources – the media sources, the Twitter account, the 31 Democrats who are in the districts of Trump & Cox told the Post.
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