Santorum warns Trump on impeachment: This can't continue

On "Special Report" tonight, Charles Krauthammer said the leaks coming out of President Donald Trump's White House signify a loyalty problem for the president within his own administration.

White House lawyers have begun researching impeachment procedures to prepare for the possible impeachment of the US President Donald Trump, although officials still believe this is a distant possibility, according to a CNN report.

White House lawyers have reportedly begun researching impeachment proceedings. The broader inquiry evolved dramatically in the past 10 days after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey.

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The wide scope also includes "any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation" - which would appear to include any efforts Trump may have made to interfere with the FBI's investigation of National Security Advisor Mike Flynn. "If he's saying we have a real problem here with leaks, what we're talking about, what's unusual, is the Niagara of leaks coming out of this White House".

Flynn was one of the officials investigated in the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe.

There's also the issue of Trump's private business dealings, which some legal experts say puts him in violation of the Constitution's Emoluments Clause.

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The insiders said that White House lawyers are vetting experts as a preemptive - and defensive - strike against Democrats calling for the impeachment of Trump.

Rep. Al Green, (D-TX), said on the House floor on Wednesday: 'The President must be impeached. In addition, several more lawmakers from both parties have raised the possibility of impeaching the president, but fallen short of explicitly voicing support for it.

Some leading Democrats have cooled talk of impeachment, with senior Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, telling reporters Wednesday "No one ought to, in my view, rush to embrace the most extraordinary remedy that involves the removal of the president from office".

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Emergency vehicles were helping the injured and bomb disposal units were later seen outside the venue. Through tears, Campbell said she didn't know how anyone could do this to "innocent children".

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