Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif, is the youngest presidential candidate to attend the call for impeachment of President Donald Trump following the publication of the Mueller report.
On Monday night in the town hall of a town hall, Harvard University student Karla Alvarado asked Harris if she would make a congress. Democrats should "reconsider" their position regarding impeachment, which is echoed by top leaders such as Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif had rejected.
Harris initially stated that it is "very clear" that there is "a lot of good evidence". in the Mueller report this indicates a hindrance to the judiciary. And although she still intends to beat Trump in the 2020 election, she said Congress should continue to impeach.
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the steps toward impeachment, "said Harris. "I am also a realist, and when I look at what has happened in the two years and a few months since I was in the United States Senate, I have also seen people in the United States Congress, and especially the GOP. There have been many Reasons to press against this president, and they do not have.
She later stated that the impeachment of the Democratic Party-controlled house may be over, but that is unlikely to happen in the Republican-controlled Senate.
Last week, Harris expressed his impeachment impeachment stance by saying that he wanted to hear from Special Adviser Robert Mueller and "really understand" what he said in his report before he went ahead with the impeachment.
Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass,
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"There is no exception regarding the United States Constitution," Warren told CN N Anchor Anderson Cooper.