What if Trump pushed out McConnell? It might not change anything

President Donald Trump raised a lot of eyebrows on Capitol Hill this week by repeatedly going after Senate Majority Mitch McConnell, demanding that the top Republican do more to push ahead with plans to overhaul the Obama health law, and also to spur action on other top Trump priorities, like bills on tax reform, and new money for roads and bridges.

Let's imagine for a moment that President Trump could wave a magic wand and get rid of McConnell - would anything really change in the Senate?

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