US. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich. Continues to campaign for the impeachment of President Trump – even after Special Adviser Robert Mueller came to the conclusion that there were no collusion with Russia.
The Democrat Newcomer Who Caused Turmoil Within Hours When she was implicated in the Congress with a profanational call to sue the President for abuse of office, she does not resign and seeks assistance from her peers to support a resolution effectively start the impeachment process.
Tlaib reportedly began to circulate a letter on Monday, just one day after Attorney General William Barr published a summary of Mueller's findings in which she urged others to support Trump's "actionable actions" after his endeavors Inauguration in 201
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"The actions of President Trump before he was officially sworn in as President of the United States [sic] curre She is just from the Southern District of New York, and much of it is part of the full report by independent investigator Robert Mueller, "she wrote in a letter to the Washington Free Beacon.
" But this is the most dangerous. A threat to our democracy is the actions of President Trump since taking office, "she continued.
"The most dangerous threat to our democracy, however, is the actions of President Trump since taking office."
"The fact that President Trump has not yet fulfilled various clauses of our US Constitution creates a dangerous precedent. Much of the allegation has yet to be thoroughly investigated by this body, which has also taken an oath to uphold the US Constitution. "
She added:" I commend your support that the Committee on Justice of the Judiciary, with its consultation, deposition of opinions and adoption of recommendations, advocates subpoenaes to answer these fundamental questions for the rule of law and the preservation of our democracy , "
Several Democrats, such as US Rep. Eric Swalwell and Adam Schiff, both from California, have promised to continue the investigation against White House, while the Mueller report has exempted the President from colluding with Russia – despite their investigations not as a way to prosecute the president.
At the same time, some leading supporters of impeachment have already announced that they will do so. They will continue to fight for it after the Mueller report.
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Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, who along with Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., Launch earlier this year, issued an article against impeachment of the president, tweeted on Sunday that "impeachment is not dead."
Green wrote that Muller's report "DO NOT investigate the presidency-making presidency that harms our country."
He added, "The results DO NOT negate the president's bigotry – as long as the bigotry influences the president's policies, I will continue to seek his impeachment #ImpeachmentIsNotDead."
However, Tlaib's impetus is likely to be resisted by the leadership of her own party, which is skeptical given the prospect of calling on the president.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi beat the Democrats and demanded that they be removed from office An interview earlier this month, warning against the trial, is not worth pursuing.
"I'm not in favor of impeachment," Pelosi told Washington Post Magazine. "Impeachment is so divisive for the country that there is nothing interesting overwhelming and bipartisan, I do not think we should go that route because it shares the land."
She added, "And he just is not worth it . "
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Hakeem Jeffries, the chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, also denied Tlaib's recent efforts and told reporters on Monday:" We have not been prepared for impeachment. We are not focusing on impeachment. "