Former MP Tom Coleman (R-Mo.) Has made a call to President Trump . Donald John TrumpFeinstein, Iranian foreign minister, ate under tensions: Report The Hill's Morning Report – Trump says no legislation until Dems end checks Harris is preparing for a Phase 2 as she tries to rejuvenate the MORE campaign to be charged.
Coleman's Thursday at Kansas City Star comes as a demand for indictment from both Democratic lawmakers and at least one Republican, Coleman reinforces Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich) over the weekend.
Coleman's argumentation reflects Amash's and argues with this particular piece of advice. Robert Mueller Robert (Bob) Swan Muell erHouse Progressive: Pelosi & # 39; has it right & # 39; on Demolition Democrats Speak Several Times About Subpoena Mueller Democratic Rep. Ro Khanna: & # 39; I'm not there yet & # 39; MORE The report showed Trump and members of his campaign welcomed Russia's interference in his name during the 2016 presidential campaign.
The 75-year-old former legislator, who left the House in 1993 after more than 15 years in Congress, noted that there were "political reasons" for pushing for impeachment, but wrote that "politics does not deny the Day should govern ".
"Partisan politics brought us to this dangerous place – so dangerous, I believe, that the survival of our democracy is in danger," he wrote. Coleman noted that Muller's report not only cited several cases in which Trump's campaign was open to receiving support from Russia, but also that Trump was trying to obstruct the investigation.
"Muller declined to bill the session g President for the current provisions of the Department of Justice banning this," Coleman wrote. "This policy, in my opinion, is wrong and needs to be changed in the future, when reason and rationality return to our politics."
Coleman came to the conclusion that the responsibility lies with Parliament to press ahead with Trump's impeachment trial.
] "There is a wealth of evidence in the Müller Report indicating that Trump has committed multiple offenses, including abuse of power and lies against the American public," wrote Coleman. "Both were part of the impeachment proceedings initiated against President Richard Nixon."
Coleman also warned that the country and the future might not take the decision seriously should the House democrats decide against impeachment.
] "I think the public would come to the conclusion that Democrats are no better than the Republicans who have enabled Trump to put the party over the country in the last two years. It could give Trump a second term. The failure to prosecute is an excuse for misconduct. To tolerate misconduct means promoting more, "he warned.