Congress ‘can define what is impeachment’

American Mirror
December 8, 2017

“The Amazing Maxine Waters” on Wednesday gave an interview update on her relentless effort to impeach President Trump at the International LGBTQ Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C.

The 79-year-old career politician from California told “Manmade Multimedia” impeachment is “a big idea” that not all of her colleagues are ready to commit to, in part because they “don’t even understand actually what it all means.”

Waters argued that her participation in the impeachment of President Bill Clinton gives her unique experience to head the process, which she insists lawmakers can instigate at any time with or without evidence the president committed a crime.

“I have a great sense of it. I went through the impeachment of Clinton. I served on the Judiciary Committee and I know very well that the Congress of the United States can define what is impeachment and why they want to do it,” Waters said.

“It’s not that there’s any one criminal law or certain criminal laws that have to be in place in order to do impeachment. It’s all defined when the Congress of the United States feels you’ve been dishonorable, that you’ve been harmful in some way, that you’re not good for the country, they can impeach you,” she said. “So I believe he is someone that needs to be impeached.”

Waters told the reporter she has few Republican friends, but she believes they’re largely silent about Trump’s alleged unnamed transgressions because they’re “intimidated” by the president and his popularity with voters.

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