House Democrats Are Going to Try to Impeach President Trump Again

House Democrats Are Going to Try to Impeach President Trump Again

"I love my country", Green wrote in a letter to his colleagues Tuesday. "It causes unparalleled destruction to our society in the long- and short-term that will not easily heal". House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) called impeachment a waste of time and energy, while Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) urged patience for frustrated Democrats who wanted to bring impeachment proceedings against Trump. The articles also mention Trump's comments regarding NFL protests during the National Anthem, and the anti-Muslim videos he retweeted on November 29.

"I will them that it's about democracy".

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has called the effort premature amid ongoing Russian Federation investigations into alleged ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign advisers.

Democratic leaders have previously warned party members against enacting articles of impeachment against Trump, arguing that such a move would be premature given the ongoing investigations into the former NY businessman's election campaign and administration. The President's supporters don't see it that way, but investigative reporting and the work of special investigator Robert Mueller increasingly suggest that there is a lot more there than excuse making by disgruntled Democrats as the President and his backers have frequently suggested. "And there are many who want to know what's next, what will happen, after there is a vote". "Andrew Johnson was impeached for less, and articles of impeachment will be brought against him today". Republicans are likely to vote to set aside the motion.

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Green decided not to force a vote at the time, but he pledged to do so before the year was out, which is soon. But if they vote against tabling the motion, they could be forced to explain to moderate and independent voters why they acted to impeach Trump before the investigations had concluded.

"In doing this, hatred disguised as acceptable political correctness has festered in our body politic and polluted our discourse to our detriment", Green said.

Green last week said that he would bring a vote this week but had not given a specific date. "May everyone vote their conscience knowing that history will judge us all".

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