drive (one) out of office(redirected from drive someone out of office)
drive (one) out of office
To pressure one to resign or otherwise force one to leave or be removed from an authoritative position that one has been elected to. Do you think these accusations are credible or just an attempt to drive the mayor out of office? Now that we know Fred's involved in the scandal too, we need to drive him out of office.
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