There Will Be a 'STAMPEDE' to Impeach President Trump Before 2020

There Will Be a 'STAMPEDE' to Impeach President Trump Before 2020

President Donald Trump declared Wednesday that he and his administration will battle House Democrats on all legal fronts after the special counsel's Russian Federation report, refusing to cooperate with subpoenas and appealing to the Supreme Court if Congress tries to impeach him.

Joining Warren in supporting the call for impeachment was California Senator Kamala Harris, a former prosecutor, who said the Mueller report "tells us that this president and his administration engaged in obstruction of justice".

Mr. Trump told the Washington Post on Tuesday that he is against any current or former White House officials testifying about the report before Congress.

"Isn't it incredible that the people who were closest to me, by far, and knew the campaign better than anyone, were never even called to testify before Mueller". She left the office in 2003 after a report showed that her comments made a week after the 9/11 attacks in 2001 that the air near Ground Zero was safe to breathe and the water safe to drink was not accurate because the EPA had no data to justify the claim. The lawyer became the latest vessel for Democrats' impeachment hopes when the Mueller report revealed McGahn had refused Trump's order to remove the special prosecutor in June 2017, afraid of "triggering another Saturday Night Massacre" (and presumably meeting a Nixonian end).

But Democrats have vowed to move ahead full steam with their investigations of Trump, which could produce more evidence that could be used in an impeachment proceeding.

"Is the best thing for the country to take up an impeachment proceeding because to do otherwise sends the message that this conduct is somehow compatible with office?"

"Mueller did not indict the president".

Meanwhile, the president says he's not concerned about being impeached.

"Instead of working with the President to pass bipartisan legislation that would actually benefit Americans, House Democrats are singularly obsessed with finding something they can use to damage the President politically", the lawsuit states. "There were no crimes by me (No Collusion, No Obstruction), so you can't impeach", Trump stated earlier on Twitter.

Trump also lobbed several attacks at the news media, including calling Joe Scarborough "Morning Psycho (Joe)" and mocking CNN's Chris Cuomo for his allegedly "unsuccessful prime time slot".

For his part, President Trump says he is not anxious about impeachment.

U.S. adversaries will "use online influence operations to try to weaken democratic institutions, undermine alliances and partnerships, and shape policy outcomes", Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats told the Senate Intelligence Committee in January.

Clinton went on to say that an impeachment inquiry should not be used for political gain, but to objectively examine the evidence.

"These employees and their personal attorneys should think very carefully about their own legal interests rather than being swept up in the obstruction schemes of the Trump administration", Cummings said.

Nancy Pelosi launched a blistering attack on President Trump, saying he was 'beneath the dignity of the office, ' in NY on Tuesday.

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