- The measure drew the support of 58 House Democrats.
On December 6, 2017, Rep. Al Green introduced articles of impeachment against President Trump. Green introduced the resolution as a privileged motion and it was voted on the same day. As expected the resolution did not move forward, losing by 364–58 with all Republicans and most Democrats voting against it.Continue reading “H.Res.646 — Impeaching Donald John Trump, President of the United States, of high misdemeanors”
- Democrat Pushes Vote On Trump Impeachment. It Didn’t Succeed
NEW YORK (AP) — There were movie stars and supermodels, TV hosts and pop stars.Continue reading “Maxine Waters screams ‘impeach 45’ from the stage at star-studded Glamour Awards”
Tom Steyer was sitting on a plane waiting to take off from SFO to LAX last week when he got a text: The president had just tweeted about him.Continue reading “Trump-tweet target Tom Steyer’s impeachment campaign tops 1.4 million signatures”
It seems to me that people aren’t quite getting how close we are to a crisis of legitimacy 1/Continue reading “A crises of legitimacy”
Donald Trump’s latest Twitter dustup is with California megadonor Tom Steyer, who is funding a push to impeach the 45th president. On Friday morning, Trump appeared to have caught wind of the effort, criticizing the progressive activist on Twitter by calling him “wacky and totally unhinged.”Continue reading “Why billionaire Tom Steyer wants Donald Trump impeached”
On October 21, 2017, Tom Steyer launched Need to Impeach in order to pressure Congress to hold the most corrupt president in U.S. history accountable.Continue reading “Need To Impeach”