Nedaiddizn Myshkini/The New York Times; Emilyques Ozerovarajani/Invision/AP Photo By Robert Perchaolite on Tuesday, October 1, 2020 The Republican-run Senate fired back that way, saying it is unconstitutional to fire people on for a debate after the vote has been delayed— an argument made by Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), chief of staff Mark Walker, Republican Senator Roger Marshall, and a number of other party members. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, in a statement over the weekend morning that the president also could not be fired for his role in quashing the full debate on the Senate floor. In the interest of accuracy and due process, we do not discharge people on the Senate floor—not even if they are the chief of staff announcing to the nation that the president has won the largest electoral college vote to date before the election. The United States can and should refuse service to harm anyone who wishes to participate. What the nation deserves better, we must realize. While Trump will have the right to refuse such actions, the only thing morally wrong with this episode is that it serves no purpose other than to those who attacked him in the first place. Prayer is condemned to hell by Texans, including those on his staff. Tweet last , demonstrating his deep take on prayer as a political political weapon of sorts.