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House Democrats Are Going to Try to Impeach President Trump Again

House Democrats Are Going to Try to Impeach President Trump Again

Al Green (D-Tex.) will introduce on the house floor Wednesday to force a vote on Trump's impeachment.

Afterward, Green said the vote would not deter him from trying again.

In his articles of impeachment, Green issued two specific articles. To back his claim accusing Trump of high misdemeanors, Green cited incidents such as Trump's blaming both sides for violence at a deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., and his recent sharing of hateful, anti-Muslim videos posted online by a fringe British extremist group. This is a debate that must happen NOW for the good of our country.

"Impeachment is an extraordinary measure, but it should be clear to anyone who examines the facts that President Trump's actions justify his impeachment, including his efforts to obstruct justice, his self-enrichment and serial violations of the Emoluments Clause, and his involvement in a cover-up stemming from his campaign's very likely collusion with Russian interests to undermine the 2016 presidential election".

If he follows the proper procedures, Republicans will hold a vote on tabling - in effect killing - the proposal during the House's first series of votes on Wednesday, said a Republican leadership aide who spoke on condition of anonymity to describe a decision by party leaders. One is that this attempt to impeach President Trump got slapped down hard today.

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Instead, Article I of Green's impeachment effort accused Trump of associating the presidency "with white nationalism, neo-Nazism, and hate". They're all professional politicians and all of these empty gestures are just empty virtue signaling. The vote to table the impeachment legislation was decided in a sweeping 364-58 vote. "What are we going to do about it?" "May everyone vote their conscience knowing that history will judge us all".

Rep. Al Green (D-Tex.) wrote a relatively detailed letter to his colleagues yesterday, making his case against Trump in writing.

Green's resolution is mostly symbolic in the Republican-controlled Congress and even fellow Democrats have backed away from similar efforts. "In doing this, hatred disguised as political correctness has festered in our body politic and polluted our discourse to our detriment".

"It's a process, and this is another step in the process", he said. The White House has denied that report.

"Their time would be better spent focusing on tax relief for American families and businesses, and working to fund our troops and veterans through the holiday season rather than threaten a government shutdown", spokesman Raj Shah told the website.