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While scrolling through the site's highest voted questions, I came across Why aren't Republicans more focused on mobilizing towards 'dethroning' Trump?".
To start things off, "dethroned" is about as far from politically neutral as you can get, clearly implying that President Trump is some sort of king. Obviously, he isn't and he won the election fair and square.
Still, as many of the comments point out, this question is rooted in unsubstantiated assumptions.
Donald Trump is monumentally unpopular. His disapproval rating has remained above 50 % (to be exact: an average of 52.1 % across multiple polls) for almost the entirety of his tenure - mind you that other presidents have had worse ratings by the end of their tenures, but nobody has had such bad ratings this early and this consistently as Donald Trump. This suggests that a majority of the population are fundamentally opposed to Trump, to the point where it is hard to see what could possibly change their stance when 2020 arrives.
The OP conveniently leaves out the fact that virtually all democrats disapprove of him, and constitute his "high" disapproval rating.
Next, they say without any source:
Further, it may well be argued that a major reason for Trump's 2016 victory was his opposition: Hillary Clinton.
They go on to say:
With all that in mind, why does the Republican party not take steps to generate a movement against Trump, so that they can present a more viable candidate of their own for 2020? Is that not the rational thing to do? Trump is almost guaranteed to lose given the current state of affairs which, as argued above, differ significantly from 2016. Supporting him means giving up the most powerful political office in the world to your political opposition: is it not worth it to swallow your pride to avoid that outcome?
So why don't they? Is there political pressure not to from Trump himself? Is there a general lack of viable candidates in the first place? What rationale underlies their actions? Because as of right now, it seems the Republican party is by own volition taking the path towards defeat in 2020.
This is not only completely unsupported, but also reeking in bias.
so that they can present a more viable candidate of their own for 2020?
Trump is almost guaranteed to lose given the current state of affairs
Because as of right now, it seems the Republican party is by own volition taking the path towards defeat in 2020.
I don't know how this is anything more than never-Trumper speculation.
Plus, your own site says
“Why is [insert person here] such a jerk?” is clearly off-topic
That's essentially what this rant is claiming.
My question is how is this even remotely on-topic? It's an entirely unsupported cheap shot at President Trump with so much bias it's not even funny. Yet, a FAR more neutral question like this one asking about procedure gets canned immediately canned. Could someone explain why this is? It's clear that the OP of this question isn't trying to learn more about governments, policies, or political processes, but to "expose" the President.