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Tlaib continue to call for asset of the indictment, he says the ‘most dangerous threat’ to democracy

in the vicinityVideoU.S. REP Rashida Tlaib says she will introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump

U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., continue to push for the impeachment of President trump, even after the Special Counsel Robert Mueller has concluded that there was no collusion with Russia.

The freshman Democrat, who caused an uproar within hours, sworn in the Congress with a profanity call to charge the President with false laced behavior in office is not backing down and is seeking the support of your fellow progressives to back a resolution to effectively start the impeachment process.

Tlaib allegedly circulating began a letter Monday, a day after Attorney General William Barr is a summary of the Müller published the findings where you are prompted to assist another to examine the effort, Trump’s “impeachable actions,” according to its opening in 2017.

TRUMP CHARGE BEHIND MEN NOT TO GIVE UP, ACCORDING TO THE MUELLER REPORT

“The actions of President Trump, before he is sworn in officially as the President of the United States [sic] currently being investigated by the Southern district of New York, and much of it is also part of the completed report by independent investigator, Robert Mueller,” they wrote in a letter, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

“But the most dangerous threat to our democracy, the President of Trump’s actions since taking the oath of office is,” she continued.

“But the most dangerous threat to our democracy, the President of Trump’s actions since taking the oath of office.”

— U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich.

“The fact that President, Trump has yet to meet, with various clauses of our U.S. Constitution sets a dangerous precedent. A lot of the allegations are still not fully investigated by this body, the Constitution of the United States took an oath to uphold.”

She added: “I urge your support for the recommendation that the house Committee on the judiciary will begin hearings, take depositions and the issuance of subpoenas to answer this question is of fundamental importance for the rule of law and the preservation of our democracy.”

Several Democrats, such as U.S. Reps. Eric Swalwell, and Adam Schiff, both of California, have vowed to continue, the White house, also called Müller-report of the President of the agreement with Russia will not be admitted-even though they portray their probes as a way to accuse the President.

At the same time, some of the leading proponents of impeachment have already announced that they will continue to for the it in the Wake of the Mueller report.

YOU READ THE MUELLER REPORT FINDINGS

Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, who along with Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., indictment introduced against the President at the beginning of the year, tweeted on Sunday that “the indictment is dead.”

Green tweeted that the Miller report “does NOT examine the bigotry that harms the presidency of our country.”

He added: “The results do NOT negate the President’s bigotry. As long as bigotry influences the policy of the President, I will continue to try his impeachment. #ImpeachmentIsNotDead.”

But Tlaib push is probably going to be met with resistance from her own party leadership that is skeptical at the prospect of trying the charges of the President.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi shot down the Democrats do not demand impeachment in an interview earlier this month, warning the process is simply desirable.

“I’m not calling for his impeachment,” Pelosi said in the Washington Post Magazine. “Prosecution is so divisive to the country, unless it is something so convincing and overwhelming, and bipartisan, I believe that we go that way, because it divides the country.”

She added: “And he is simply not worth it.”

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House Democratic Caucus Chairman Hakeem Jeffries also Tlaib not dismissed latest efforts, told reporters on Monday that “We are running on impeachment. We are not focused on the indictment.”

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