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In 2020, The Seth Moulton blasts trump for ‘breach of duty’ dents Pelosi on impeachment stance

nearvideo Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton will be the 19th Democratic candidate to enter the 2020 race

Iraq war veteran, Moulton to focus plans, his presidential campaign on national security; Peter Doocy reports from Washington.

BEDFORD, NH – Newly declared presidential candidate Rep. Seth Moulton has accused Republican President, the trump card of “breach of duty” over what the Massachusetts Democrat calls for its administration, the lack of readiness, the threat to Russian Manipulation with the American presidential elections.

And to prevent Moulton – one of the leaders in the last year, failed efforts of a small group of Democrats in Congress that Nancy Pelosi from regaining the house speakership – argues that his party “, to be honest…made a mistake by waiting to look at up to now” charge.

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The long-shot for the democratic presidential nomination, made his comments during an appearance on Wednesday morning at a ” politics and eggs, a must stop in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state of New Hampshire.

The Marine veteran who served four tours of duty in the Iraq war, defence and national security top issues in his White house bid. He told the audience, “I’m going to confront President Trump these issues of safety and security leadership around the globe, where I think he is the weakest.”

And the spotlighting of his unsuccessful bid to keep Pelosi from regaining the speaker’s Hammer, Moulton touted “my willingness to take the challenge of the Washington hotel will make me a much stronger candidate against Donald Trump.”

Note on last week the release of a Special Counsel Robert Müller Russia report, Moulton told reporters: “the is an unmistakable conclusion of this report that the Russian intervened in this election to undermine our democracy, and that Vladimir Putin wanted to get Trump to be elected President.”

And he struck the White house, said: “this government has completely averse to this great threat to the national security of the United States” and accused Trump “a complete breach of duty on the part of the commander-in-chief.”

“He is more concerned about his personal reputation-security as the security of the United States of America,” he charged.

Moulton came 2020 of its rivals in the argument, that Trump is hampering the judiciary and called for impeachment hearings. This is at odds with Pelosi, said on Tuesday that it was procedure “as” – support for the initiation of the impeachment.

Moulton said: “we should forward the indictment and debate. We should be the impeachment of the President, and then the debate about the speed with hearings, with witnesses, subpoenas and documents whether or not the President is accused are worthy of, these costs put on the paper. …That is the job of the Congress. This is our constitutional responsibility as a check on the Executive.”

PELOSI SAYS: ‘WE ARE NOT THERE YET” ON IMPEACHMENT

And Moulton took aim at house Democratic leader, said: “I think we should have started this a while ago. Both sides of the aisle here, otherwise, to step, and do this.”

“I understand there is a debate within my party, and it is a very divisive debate. The people don’t think this is the right time or what not. You, it is not good for our politics, the argument is thinking basically to not do it now. But we have a higher calling than our policy. It is in the Constitution,” he beamed.

For his part, Trump on Wednesday Democrats ramp-up blasted the investigation, the him in the Wake of the Mueller report. “I say it is enough. To cut back on infrastructure, you get back-lowering control drug prices. Really, this is what we should be doing,” Trump said.

Moulton also took aim at the single-payer “Medicare for all” health-a proposal pushed by many of his rivals for the nomination.

“I don’t think it is right to every American, many of whom are satisfied with the health care they have, and to force a government plan developed in the year 1963, Mouton told reporters.

Moulton ‘ s appearance in ‘policy-and-Egg-s was his last stop in a two-day swing through New Hampshire.

The Republican National Committee, meanwhile, described Moulton as a mere “2020.”

RNC spokeswoman Mandi Merritt told Fox News that Moulton’s “desire to increase taxes, the implementation of the socialist Green New Deal, and reduce New Hampshire’s vote by the scrapping of the Electoral College just another out-of-touch Democrat who, ultimately, too short.”

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