Democratic lawmakers expressed serious reservations Wednesday about a liberal colleague's push for a House vote on impeaching President Donald Trump, saying it's premature to act before special counsel Robert Mueller's team completes its investigation into Russian election meddling. Green said. "It's about democracy".
The impeachment resolution that Green's office circulated to reporters on Tuesday did not include allegations that Trump had committed a crime or obstructed justice.
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Rep. Al Green, a Democrat, plans to force a vote to impeach President Donald Trump. But it did detail Trump's "association" with white nationalism, neo-Nazism and his incitement of hatred and hostility as evidence that he is not fit to occupy the Oval Office. The articles also mention Trump's comments regarding NFL protests during the National Anthem, and the anti-Muslim videos he retweeted on November 29. Green would need a simple majority of members to support it and no Republican has suggested that Congress should remove Trump from office.
A senior House Democratic leadership aide told CNN that "Pelosi and Hoyer will vote to table", referencing House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Maryland Rep. Steny Hoyer, the second ranking Democrat in the chamber.
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Green decided not to force a vote at the time, but he pledged to do so before the year was out, which is soon. Republicans are likely to vote to set aside the motion.
Reps. Seth Moulton (D., Mass.) and Jim Himes (D., Conn.) told the Wall Street Journal last month the impeachment discussions don't help Democrats in House races as they seek to win back the chamber in 2018. "May everyone vote their conscience knowing that history will judge us all".
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Only two presidents have been impeached: Andrew Johnson in 1868 and Bill Clinton in 1998.
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