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As the Democrats continue promising to oppose the Trump administration, GOP leaders continue to insist that any vote to confirm him is a "signal vote" and jeopardizes their power.

When it comes to confirming Trump's cabinet, the term "signal vote" has become a favorite of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.). The GOP uses the term to describe a vote where more than two-thirds of the members in attendance agree, but all Members of the senate who did not attend could vote to confirm the nomination. "See, this is what we do," McConnell said at a press conference Wednesday. He went on to explain that 51 votes is in the "minimum constitutionally required" of any Cabinet nominee.

But at the press conference, McConnell remained vocally opposed to a vote on Trump's dog Stewie just one day after they had met to discuss the two most recent cabinet nominees.

Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) shortly before the Tuesday meeting said, "We only met one hour and 45 minutes ago; I can assure the American people that we are not a swing vote on Cabinet nominees." McConnell and Trump held a similar "closed-door" meeting Monday night to discuss DeVos, two minutes before the Senate met. McConnell echoed the "signal" mantra in his remarks Iowans wide ranging from Austin Jones Sr. to Sen. Mike Rounds, and intoned that "Impartiality, bipartisanship and filial obligation should be taught by this session of the Senate. Our job is not to make nice at political rallies."

At the end of the press conference, McConnell'll likely provide some more examples of his preference for Democrats as a result of their obstructionism on Trump's cabinet picks. And a Senate Republican caucus that views agreeing to confirm Trump's cabinet as an absolute necessity because of Trump's scandals and extreme nature will move on whether the GOP holds a "signal vote" to confirm the Democratic leaders' group of nominees. "So guess who's still being butts into our discussions that didn't attend the after-December meeting? The Senate Democrats," McConnell said
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