Congressman calls for Trump's impeachment on House floor

by Frankie Norman May 22, 2017, 4:37
Congressman calls for Trump's impeachment on House floor

"He has committed an impeachable act and must be charged".

The congressman held a press conference earlier in the week saying he believes there were three acts committed by the president that merit impeachment.

In the latest chapter in the controversy concerning connections between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation, it was reported overnight that Mr Trump had urged the then-FBI director James Comey to end an investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

"Political punters are wondering how many more scandals can Trump overcome", said Ladbrokes spokeswoman Jessica Bridge.

A bedrock premise upon which respect for, and obedience to, our societal norms is "No one is above the law".

President Trump is not above the law.

President Trump has committed an act for which he should be charged by the U.S. House of Representatives. The Flynn investigation was part of a broader probe into Russian interference in last year's presidential election.

"And despite the short price on offer, money has poured in for the President to be impeached, leaving us with little option but to cut the odds".

Impeachment, of the President, by the House of Representatives is not a finding of guilt. The House of Representatives can not find the President guilty of anything. Only the U.S. Senate can do this after a trial. The president's own admission a week ago that he fired Comey because of the Russian Federation investigation and that in fact he had asked Comey about whether he was a subject of investigation at the time, where he acknowledged Comey was anxious about keeping his job - those were serious. "I will call for the impeachment of the President between 9am & 10Mam CST".

Bettors on both sides of the Atlantic are ramping up wagers in niche online markets over whether Donald Trump will serve out a full term as US president in the wake of controversies surrounding the dismissal of FBI Director James Comey. Nixon denied that his actions amounted to obstruction of justice.

"After watching the Clinton impeachment I thought I'd never see another one, but I think we're in impeachment territory now for the first time", he told Anderson Cooper during a live CNN appearance.

Our mantra should be "I".

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