“Texans’ anger with Ted Cruz right now could power an entire electrical grid," the vacationing senator's home state newspaper wrote in an editorial.
And if Senate Republicans acquit the ex-president, the editorial suggested a way to hold them to account.
“It is a sad turn for a once great party," wrote the newspaper's editorial board.
Editorial boards across the country published blistering columns calling for the president's immediate departure following the Capitol riot.
“It is best for everyone, himself included, if he goes away quietly," the conservative newspaper's board wrote.
The newspaper, along with the Miami Herald, joined Democrats in arguing the president's Cabinet should remove him under the 25th Amendment.
Trump is headed “for what could be an historic repudiation," the conservative newspaper’s editorial board warned in a new column.
The newspaper's editorial board just wiped out Trump's favorite talking point.
Otherwise, the Democratic presidential candidates risk playing right into Donald Trump's hands, the board cautioned.
The newspaper’s editorial board said the candidate it wants to take on Donald Trump in November “proved us wrong."