He has tested the boundaries of people and institutions several times and found them to be bendable and weak," said Cas Mudde, a political scientist at the University of Georgia who's an expert on populism, extremism, and democracy. Republicans have mostly sat back, with at least one senator conceding that Trump's behavior did not seem to have changed because of impeachment. Someone has got to push back. If Americans are truly concerned with Trump's "abuse of power," Ben-Ghiat said, the best strategy is for voters to mobilize and use "their electoral power to vote out these authoritarians while they still can. The president has attacked virtually every democratic institution in the US when he's felt its actions were unfavorable to his agenda or public appearance. While the president applauded the attorney general, Stanley described Barr as a "dangerous, authoritarian enabler," adding that Trump and those in his administration were not the only issues when it comes to an anti-democratic slide in the US. Romney was also one of just two GOP senators to vote in favor of an ultimately failed motion to call witnesses. It goes against both his personality and his experience," Cas Mudde, a political scientist at the University of Georgia, told Insider. Mitt Romney announces his intention to vote to convict Trump of abuse of power on February 5.
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