President Donald Trump’s plan to complete his quest to be a dictator is currently hampered by the Democratic majority in the House, and that’s why he plans on campaigning heavily for the GOP in an effort to take the House back so he can do whatever he wants without any accountability.

We’ve already seen what Trump is capable of doing absent consequences because of the retaliation campaign against impeachment witnesses and his interference with the Justice Department in the wake of Senate Republicans acquitting him.

The fact is, however, Americans would not know a lot about Trump’s Ukraine extortion scheme had Republicans been in charge in the House because they would have buried it instead of providing oversight by investigating. And even if they investigated, they would have swept his crimes under the rug the way they did when they “investigated” Russian meddling during the 2016 Election.

Senate Republicans have already demonstrated that the party is willing to engage in cover-ups to protect Trump. And so, it stands to reason that Trump wants a Republican majority in the House so he will face no accountability whatsoever and become the dictator he so desperately wants to be.

That’s why he reportedly intends to campaign hard for GOP House candidates this year.

“Trump is now personally invested in helping Republicans regain the majority in November,” Axios reports.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) stated that Trump is “going to travel for us. If you look at where we’re playing, he’ll be going. He’s already made that commitment to me.”

Trump has indicated to aides that he is committed to winning back the House this year, a senior administration official tells Axios — largely because McCarthy has told him it’s possible. A second administration official said Trump wants revenge on Democrats for putting him through “months of hell” with impeachment and a flurry of investigations.

To that end, Trump and the GOP are aiming to flip 30 seats Democrats won in 2018 where Trump had previously won in 2016.

Of course, many of those seats are in states where unpopular incumbent Republican senators are on the ticket, thus weakening GOP chances. Senators Martha McSally (R-Ariz.), Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Mitch McConnell (R-Ky) are especially loathed, as is Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).

All face tough Democratic opponents and a furious voting population. Trump is also not nearly as popular as he thinks he is as his approval rating sinks in swing states and in some red states.

Realistically, Trump and Senate Republicans should worry more about losing their races.

And it doesn’t help that Trump’s only reason for wanting a Republican majority in the House is that he wants to be able to do whatever he wants and get away with it. That’s particularly scary because he recently fancied himself a “king” in a tweet bragging about being acquitted.

If Republicans take back the House, Congress will be fully neutered and Trump will have all the power to be as corrupt as he wants without the Constitution and oversight standing in his way.

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