Senate Republicans want President Trump Donald John Trump Trump says Republicans need to put their own transcripts in the impeachment probe Trump holds NYT applications, WaPo on his phone despite canceling subscriptions behind tariffs and geopolitics MORE  to focus more on its agenda and not let it be personally consumed by the House impeachment investigation, which is likely to become a dead end in the Senate.
Senate Republicans are calling on the president several times to focus his attention on major political priorities and leave his Capitol Hill allies to handle more than daily impeachment fighting, according to GOP sources familiar with communicating with the president.
An instance came late last month during a meeting between Trump and Republican Senators at the White House, when Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) urges president to follow model of how President Bill Clinton (Bill) Jefferson Clinton Democrats to win Senate majority in 2020, all thanks to President Trump's isolationism backing away from America as president takes care of himself If Donald Trump is guilty of bribery, Democrats are guilty of demanding MORE p dealt with impeachment in 1998 and 1999.
GOP Senator, Advisor to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Addison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnell Democrats to Win Senate Majority in 2020 ., all thanks to President Trump's cyber-bureaucrats for one-year reforms before the Election Day election that is at odds with health, Trump's strategy in Iowa MORE (R-Ky.), called for Trump at the 24 October to keep its focus on the agenda and leave the Blican lawmakers rep th a greater effort in the fight against the democratic thrust of impeachment.
The senator's comments reflect the belief among many Senate Republicans that the public is more interested in issues such as the strength of the economy, health and national security than impeachment.
"A bilateral strategy would be a better strategy. He was told several times. Let's worry about impeachment, that's our job. You're worried about your job, "said a person familiar with communications between Senate Republicans and the president.
In 1998, Clinton prioritized separating impeachment protections and politics, which sent a clear message to voters that he continued to
Trump, on the other hand, has repeatedly stated that the Democratic Democrats' drive for impeachment is doing everything possible but impossible to pass bipartisan legislation.  "Then everyone wonders why they don't make a law on guns, and then they wonder why they don't reduce drug prices," Trump said in September. "Because all they do is talk nonsense. No more infrastructure bills, no more. "
The president's frequent expressions of anger and impotence in the press and via Twitter have raised concerns from some GOP lawmakers that the impeachment is spending too much of the president's focus.
Trump's latest idea to read the transcript of his July 25 conversation with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky as a talk on a live television fire – something the president thinks will end public support for the impeachment investigation – seems to some Republicans as a bad idea. They think it would be better for the president to devote his national television addresses to his political goals, as a new round of tax cuts before the 2020 elections.
Trump discussed impeachment once again with a small group of PP senators , who he invited to the White House for lunch last Thursday, where he echoed many of the same arguments against the House Democratic inquiry he made publicly.
He several times praises the reconstructed transcript of his call with Zelensky, which Trump believes makes it clear that he did nothing wrong.
"He says he was glad he had the transcript many times, and that he was really glad he released him," said Senator Josh Howley  Joshua (Josh) David Hawley GOP senators discuss impeachment with Trump after Republican vote in parliament to pass legislation condemning China's actions in Hong Kong MORE (R-Mo.) attended the meeting.
"With regard to the transcript, what the president has said over and over that he is delighted to have a transcript, I am glad he has one and he is glad he released it," he added.  Democrats, by contrast, view the partial census as evidence that Trump tried to pressure Ukraine to investigate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden Joe Biden Castro hit Butty for " bad results with African Americans "Harris struggling with substance to meet Harris' aspiration: Butigig" naive "to suggest that it's a two-man race between him and Warren MORE .
Thursday's senators most often listened to Trump and, when they spoke, were eager to put politics on his radar, which has been lost in recent weeks amidst impeachment riots.
"I was talking about prescription drugs, the pricing of prescription drugs, and I said I thought we needed to take action," Howley said. "Senator [John] Barrasso [R-Wyo.] has created the infrastructure."
Some Republican senators are disappointed that major problems, in particular the National Defense Authorization Act and annual spending bills, have ceased while capital is spent fighting
The defense clearance bill and spending bills are being held up largely because of a lack of resolution on how to fund the border between the US and Mexico, one of Trump's top priorities. Democrats don't want to move the law
One Republican senator expressed dissatisfaction with Hill that Trump did not give negotiators a clear sense of how he wanted to tackle the defense bill.
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Jim Inhofe James (Jim) Mountain InhofeWho supports the war on global warming? You may be surprised by Hill's 12:30 report – Submitted by Nareit – The White House congratulates Republicans on storming impeachment by listening to GOP senators disappointed by Romney's stakes in Trump MORE (R-Okla.), Ka. that it is ready to move a slimy defense bill – which will be taken to the essentials – just to avoid the disturbing prospect of passing none for the first time in 59 years.
Senate Republicans believe Trump will increase his approval ratings, which have declined in recent weeks, focusing more on politics and taking less time to investigate the impeachment of Democrats.
Sen. Lisa Murkovski Lisa Ann MurkovskyRemember: After the GOP, the GOP's concern deepens Trump's defenses with options for the Senate to impeach MORE (R-Alaska), R-Alaska said, a smart idea.
"He just has to keep working. We need to keep working and that's all, "she said.
This strategy helped Clinton win the public relations battle with the Republicans before the 1998 midterm elections, when the president's party uncharacteristically took seats in Parliament.  "Clinton came out of impeachment more popular than he was entering, and he did so in part because he made a concerted effort to show the country that he was still working on their behalf on various issues," a Senate aide says of GOP.  A White House spokesman said that de imprints were consumed by impeachment and lost their focus on government, not Trump.
"The president has never lost his focus on his promises to the American people, unlike the speaker and her cocoa," Jude Deer, Spokesman for The White House wrote in an e-mailed response to The Hill.
"While Democrats do nothing with their Kangaroo court, President Trump and his administration continue to work on behalf of American Citizen Plus, providing lower prices to drugs, border security The USMCA, more choices in healthcare, infrastructure and more, "he added. "This president will continue to build on his record-breaking success and continue to fight for forgotten men and women in this country."
A survey of Emerson's Iowa voter poll, a key state of Bitcoin, showed last month that even Democratic voters do not value impeachment as much as other issues. They identified the economy and health care as the first two issues. Impeachment is ranked seventh in their list of priorities.
At the same time, GOP lawmakers are aware that Trump is extremely disappointed with Speaker Nancy Pelosi Nancy PelosiWillie Brown: Don't bet that impeachment will be a winner for Democrats Trump allies attack impeachment in the process, the House promises open hearings soon Whistleblower will answer Republican questions in the impeachment investigation: lawyer MORE (D-Calif.) and other Democrats.
"I think he just took offense. Democrats have been after him since day one, "said Senator Johnny Ernst Johnny Kay ErnstDemocrats will win a Senate majority in 2020, all thanks to President Trump's group for pushing for vulnerable GP senators in new Defense ads of Trump are exhausted with options MORE (R-Iowa).
They also realize that Trump will be Trump and that past efforts to fake his Twitter habit have gone nowhere.
– He is not Bill Clinton. He's unique, "observes Sen. Pat Roberts Charles (Pat) Patrick RobertsMenendez seeks out if Pompeo violates the Kansas City Star Star of Pompeo:" Focus on the day's work for your day "or start a quote on your day , which Pompeo expects to visit Kansas on Thursday MORE (R-Kan.).