In the United States began the campaign for the impeachment of trump

In the United States began the campaign for the impeachment of trump

In the United States began the campaign for the impeachment of trump

Tom Steyer, a former hedge fund manager who has poured millions of dollars into Democratic candidates and causes, launched a television ad campaign this week together with a website titled "Need to Impeach" in which people can sign up to petition lawmakers.

In the ad released Friday, Steyer says Trump has edged the country toward nuclear war, obstructed justice at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and threatened to shut down news organizations.

With an eye on Democrats trying to take back the House and the Senate in 2018, Steyer said impeachment "becomes a very real issue should we succeed in our midterm goal".

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"Whether by the nature of Mr. Trump's relationship with Vladimir Putin and Russian Federation, his willingness to exploit the office of the Presidency for his personal gain and treat the government like a family enterprise, his conduct during Charlottesville, his decision to pull out of the Paris climate accords, or his seeming determination to take the nation to war, he has violated the Constitution, the office of the Presidency, and the trust of the public", Steyer said in an open letter on the website.

Democrats in Washington are divided over whether attempting impeachment is a smart move. "This president has clearly already exceeded these standards".

"Trump threatens our Constitution, our freedoms and our lives". "Once Congress where the majority were Republicans, impeach the President for much lesser violations", - said the billionaire. Feldman argued that several of Trump's actions amount to impeachable offenses: His claim that Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower, his renting of Trump hotel properties to foreign governments (which some believe violates the Constitution's emoluments clause and is now the subject of a court battle), his admission that he fired FBI Director James Comey for investigating the Russian Federation scandal, and many other things.

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And Steyer is putting his money where his mouth is.

The letter urges USA citizens to act now, calling this an "unprecedented moment" in which moral correctness is more important than politic correctness. Dianne Feinstein, a fellow Democrat. Steyer also refused to rule out a 2020 presidential run in a September interview with the Atlantic, telling the magazine only that he "will do whatever I think is the most impactful thing that I can do to push what I believe in terms of values and vision".

As of now, though, he seems squarely focused on getting Trump removed from office. "Join us" - he wrote and posted a video with the appropriate treatment.

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