House to Vote on Articles of Impeachment


A Texas Democratic Congressman has announced that he will be bringing articles of impeachment against US President Donald Trump on Wednesday, the second attempt in as many months.

Even if the Federal Bureau of Investigation later finds substantial evidence proving Russia's interference in the presidential election previous year and prompts more Republican lawmakers to break ranks and turn against the president, it would still be highly unlikely that the Democrats can successfully impeach Trump.

"I will them that it's about democracy". "It is about government of the people, by the people, for the people".

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He says he refuses to sit on the sidelines "while the world is considering one the great issues of our time".

In Green's impeachment resolution, he argued that Trump's conduct in the White House - while not criminal - had amounted to "high misdemeanor" and warranted removal from the Oval Office.

House Democrats are "overwhelmingly against" bringing this motion to the floor at this time, a Democratic aide said on Tuesday.

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By doing that, it forces Democrats to go on record about wanting to impeach Trump from office.

The so-called "Russia-gate" narrative in the United States took a sudden and unexpected turn last week when Michael Flynn, the former U.S. national security advisor, pleaded guilty to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and agreed to cooperate with the authorities over the ongoing inquiry. Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were acquitted by the Senate and Richard Nixon resigned before the House voted on his articles of impeachment. Trump has consistently denied any collusion with Russian Federation.

Communicating his intentions to colleagues, Green wrote: "For too long, we have allowed our civility to prevent us from confronting the invidious incivility of President Donald J. Trump". "Let him step to the music he hears". The President's supporters don't see it that way, but investigative reporting and the work of special investigator Robert Mueller increasingly suggest that there is a lot more there than excuse making by disgruntled Democrats as the President and his backers have frequently suggested. Steve Cohen of Tennessee, Adriano Espaillat of New York, Marcia Fudge of Ohio, Luis Gutierrez of IL and John Yarmuth of Kentucky.

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