Rep. Al Green (D., Texas) said on Saturday that if Democrats don’t begin impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, “he will get re-elected.”
Rep. Al Green (D., Texas) vowed Thursday to force a vote to impeach President Donald Trump, pointing to the racial controversies that have embroiled Virginia’s Democratic leaders to argue Congress needs to fight bigotry “starting at the top.”
Rep. Al Green (D., Texas) argued Thursday that President Donald Trump has “committed impeachable offenses” and warned if the president “makes another racial slur, he knows I’m waiting for him.”
The Need to Impeach campaign, directed and funded by liberal billionaire Tom Steyer, has sent thousands of impeachment guides to independent and third-party candidates running in the 2018 midterm elections to inform them of what it sees to be President Donald Trump’s impeachable offenses.
Rep. Al Green’s (D., Texas) resolution calling for President Donald Trump’s impeachment was rejected by the House of Representatives on Wednesday.