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U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., has your defused calls for President trump, for the prosecution, since Special Counsel Robert Mueller concluded there was no collusion with Russia, to admit that forcible removal of the President “was never discussed” as a realistic strategy among Democrats.
Water, which calls for the impeachment and the support for the now-refuted Russia-collusion theory have contributed to the national profile of, say, the striking approval Monday, despite just days earlier that the Miller report does not signal “the end of something.”
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“I think we have nothing to do now but focus on the first information, to receive this report,” said Waters, in relation to the report of Müller, the results of which have been by attorney General William Barr.
“[Impeachment] has never been discussed as a strategy for this group. There are only a few of us,” she added, according to Politico.
“[Impeachment] has never been discussed as a strategy for this group. There are only a few of us.”
— U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif.
Waters sang a different tune, published shortly after the Miller report results on Friday. She told MSNBC, to investigate that, despite the conclusions, it is more, the White house, with no indication that the prosecution would speak.
“This President has to try to in the minds of people and teach them,” she said. “He wants to try and come to the conclusion that this report is proof that there is no collusion and you have a lot of his helpers, the nod from him and you will say the same.”
Waters added: “this is The end of anything. Well, it’s the end of the report and the investigation from Mueller, but those of us on these committees, with our supervision, as there is so much that has to be made to have a look at this point. It is not the end of everything.”
Water, Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, has a series of hair-raising allegations about trump in the last two years, in an attempt to garner support for a possible impeachment
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“Here you have a President, I can tell you, I guarantee you, in consultation with the Russians to undermine our democracy,” said Waters in 2017, during the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation conference.
Many Democrats have route expressed concerns about going in the indictment, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi warning that the process is simply not 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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But also some Democrats, especially U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., behind the scenes of the hearings and investigations that pave’d the way for the prosecution to begin work.
Tlaib sent a letter to their colleagues Monday, asked them to back a resolution, in order to effectively start the impeachment process, calling Trump “the most dangerous threat to our democracy.”