Clinton was impeached for charges less serious than the ones before us now. In the current case, Comey was exploring the possibility of American involvement in the Russian plot, a treasonous offence. While it’s not time to start drafting articles of impeachment, it is time to pursue this investigation into Russian meddling in our presidential election with vigour, without friends to reward and without enemies to punish.
Source: Donald Trump impeachment charges far more serious than those filed against Bill Clinton, says Congressman | The Independent
You fire Mueller that guarantees your impeachment, Donnie. So please fire Mueller!
A Tuesday-night New York Times report appears to confirm that Trump has, in fact, talked about canning Mueller, though his aides have managed to prevent him from doing so — at least for now.
“Five months into the Trump presidency, people are seriously talking impeachment.”
Impeachment: The word has been floating around but how real is the possibility of it happening to Donald Trump?
Democratic politician Maxine Waters has long called for Trump’s impeachment, but as vocal as she’s been about her issues with Trump, she hasn’t taken the step of drafting an ‘article of impeachment’ in the House, which would technically get the impeachment ball rolling.
On June 12, someone else did, though. Roll Call reported that Rep. Adam Sherman of California drafted an article of impeachment against Donald Trump. Adam Sherman’s colleague Al Green was the first Democrat to call for Trump’s impeachment on the House floor and he also plans to introduce an article of impeachment, according to CNN.
Now that things have reached this point, let’s talk about impeachment.
These are grounds for impeachment. That’s what Congress should be doing:
More than 190 Democrats in Congress have joined together to sue President Trump on Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C.
They say Trump is violating the U.S. Constitution by profiting from business deals involving foreign governments — and doing so without congressional consent. And they want the court to make it stop.
Trump has “repeatedly and flagrantly violated” the Constitution’s Emoluments Clause, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., told reporters on a conference call.