NRATV host Dan Bongino delivered a stark warning to President TrumpDonald John TrumpPapadopoulos claims he was pressured to sign plea deal Tlaib asking colleagues to support impeachment investigation resolution Trump rips 'Mainstream Media': 'They truly are the Enemy of the People' MORE's supporters on Wednesday that Democrats are likely to impeach the president if they take back the House in November.

"Make absolutely no mistake: If we lose the House, this president will in fact be impeached, there’s no question about it," said Bongino, who hosts NRATV's "We Stand." "It’s time for us to protect the crown too."

"Actually, if I say 'protect the crown' the Media Matters folks will think we're talking about a monarch," he then added quickly, referring to the liberal nonprofit media watchdog. "You know what I mean. It's important. Get out and vote."

Democrats are hoping to seize on the low approval ratings and controversies that have surrounded much of Trump's first 16 months in office to drive Democratic voters to the polls in the November midterm elections. 

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They need to pick up at least 24 seats in the House to take control of the chamber.

A number of Democrats have suggested impeaching Trump. But without a majority in the chamber, that is unlikely to happen. Reps. Al GreenAlexander (Al) N. GreenTlaib asking colleagues to support impeachment investigation resolution Winners and losers from Mueller's initial findings The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Pass USMCA Coalition - Mueller report is huge win for President Trump MORE (D-Texas) and Brad ShermanBradley (Brad) James Sherman#ReleaseTheReport goes viral after Mueller submits report to Justice Dept Dems flock to Pelosi on Trump impeachment Pelosi says impeaching Trump 'just not worth it' MORE (D-Calif.) have already filed articles of impeachment against the president. 

Republicans have also sought to warn voters that a Democratic majority could mean impeachment for Trump, as a way to rally the president's supporters ahead of the midterm elections.