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The gun jump? Rep. water swims Trump charges as Dems vow to boycott

 

More than the Democrats to get on the bandwagon of boycott-President Donald Trump inauguration, a lawmaker – Rep. Maxine Waters took the opposition a step further and Monday floated the possibility of impeachment.

Water, D-Calif., is one of the 43 democratic lawmakers pledging to boycott the Jan. 20 inauguration, connection, Rep. John Lewis, and others, after he explained to Trump an illegitimate President, in the light of the alleged Russian interference in the election.

However, the water took to say the free to the next level in an interview on MSNBC’s “Hardball,” when any form of collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign, the question as to the trump of the charge should be levied.

“If we discover that Donald Trump or his followers played a role in helping to develop strategy, if they are the ones who came up with ‘Crooked Hillary,’ if you are the ones who came up with ‘she is sick’ “something is wrong with your energy,” and the way that he basically described it in the campaign, I think this is something that would the question be put directly on the table, whether or not he should be indicted,” she said.

Asked by MSNBC host Chris Matthews whether Trump have committed to a doubling of an impeachable offense even before taking office, the water and called for further investigation.

“Well, I think, to the point that the investigation is to discover and confirm, and document that they have a role in helping to develop strategies, they had a role in the attempt to the result to determine that in many ways used the information you got from the DNC, if you hacked our e-mails, etc., if that was used against Hillary Clinton in a way, Yes, I think that’s impeachable,” she said.

While water and Lewis were not to Trump the most vocal in their opposition, it is the first time that you protested already preemptively against an incoming President.

The last time was elected a GOP President – George W. Bush in 2000 – Lewis-and water-both of which rejected on his inauguration, with Lewis citing questions about the election. In 2001, Washington Post article reported that Lewis chose not to attend, because he “believe that Bush is elected the real President.”

Trump noticed Lewis’ past boycott of Tuesday morning, calls out to him for comments, he claimed on NBC’s “Meet The Press” on Sunday, in the Lewis, wrong, this is the first inauguration, he is going to miss.

John Lewis said about my opening, “It will be the first that I missed it.” WRONG (or lying)! He boycotted Bush 43, because he…

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 17. January 2017

“thought it would be hypocritical to attend Bush’s swearing-in….he did not believe that Bush is the real President is elected.” Sound familiar! WP

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 17. January 2017

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