The biggest question I've had about Trump's presidency is why so many members of the GOP are so loyal to him when the alternative is Pence (i.e. if Trump was removed from office).
Pence is arguably more conservative, more religious, more (re)-electable in 2020, more intelligent, less scandalous, less impulsive, more eloquent, and more respectful - all things that I assume the majority GOP members of congress would prefer. Furthermore, I have to believe that (at least secretly) a good number of them are just viscerally disgusted by Trump in much the same way that liberals are, and they would have no issue with Pence from a personality perspective.
In short - what do Republicans have to lose by removing Trump from office? Wouldn't Pence be preferable (to them) in nearly every way?