Sen. Elizabeth Warren reiterated her call for impeachment of President Trump, triggered by a burgeoning controversy over a still-secret US Whistleblower complaint.
In a Twitter thread, the Massachusetts Democrat and presidential candidate was released on Friday evening condemning the leadership of Congress for resisting appeals to initiate a formal impeachment investigation.
"According to the Muller report, Congress was under an obligation to begin impeachment, and by failing to do anything, Congress participated in Trump's recent bid to seek foreign interference, to help him, do your constitutional duty and complain the President, "Warren said.
"A president is currently sitting in the Oval Office and continues to commit crimes, and he continues because he knows his Justice Department does not act and believes that Congress will not." Today's news has confirmed that he thinks he's above the law, and if we do nothing, he's right, "she added.
A President He is currently in the Oval Office and continues to commit crimes. He continues because he knows that his Ministry of Justice will not act and believes that Congress will not. Today's news confirmed that he believes he is above the law. If we do nothing, he is right.
̵1; Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren)
20 September 2019
Warren had previously called on a hesitant parliamentary speaker, Nancy Pelosi, to continue impeachment following the publication of the report by former Special Representative Robert Mueller on his two-year Russia investigation. Although Muller noted no criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, the Special Envoy outlined several cases of possible obstruction of justice in which ordinary Democrats argue to lay the groundwork for an impeachment investigation.
With the impasse over an indictment that apparently questions democratic unity, the emergence of a secret service employee's whistleblower complaint has brought more ammunition to prosecutors Trump repeatedly called on the President of Ukraine to investigate the son of Democratic President, Joe Biden, Hunter Biden. Even before the complaint was made last Friday, three Democrat-led committees examined whether Trump and his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani had wrongly pressurized the Ukrainian government by withholding funds, unless they voted for one Investigation that could promote the re-election of the president election campaign.
While Biden beat Trump and demanded the publication of the President's July telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Warren targeted Republicans in Congress, some of whom joined Trump's defense, while others remained silent about another controversy shakes the White House.
"Mitch McConnell is also complicit," Warren said of the majority leader. "The Senate must vote on the bill that has already been passed by Parliament to help states and communities guard against our previously-acclaimed foreign attacks on our elections."
Warren hinted at the controversy surrounding Watergate, which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon in the face of almost sure impeachment.
In 1974, Democrats and Republicans united to support the impeachment, not out of mutual contempt for Nixon, but out of mutual respect for the rule of law. It is time for this Congress to become stronger and more active, "said Warren.  In 1974, Democrats and Republicans united to support the impeachment, not out of mutual contempt for Nixon, but out of mutual respect for the US The rule of Congress refused to participate in future violations of law by Nixon or other presidents the time has come for this congress to become more active and active.
– Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren)
September 20, 2019