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Democratic Congressman Hints At Possible Continuous Impeachment Efforts, Says ‘We Can Impeach Again’

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Texas Rep. Al Green is not helping to dispel the notions held by conservatives that the whole impeachment inquiry House Democrats have launched against President Trump is a coup designed to help them get revenge for Hillary’s loss in 2016 with his latest comments suggesting impeachment could be a continuous process.

On Thursday, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi made an announcement stating the House Judiciary Committee would be drafting up articles of impeachment against the president as part of the final steps before taking the measure to the House for a full vote.

If the House succeeds in voting to impeach President Trump, the process will then head over to the Republican-controlled Senate. As of right now, there’s very little support available to actually convict Trump of any wrongdoing, so chances are high that impeachment will fail in the Senate.

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Green claimed that shouldn’t dissuade Democrats from moving rapidly toward impeachment. During a speech on the House floor on Thursday, Green reminded his colleagues that there is “no limit” to the number of times they can impeach the president.

“The Constitution allows a president to be impeached more than once,” Green explained. “If we impeach now, or at some time in the near future, for one issue that we dearly should, then we find later that the president has other issues that merit impeachment, we can impeach again. There is no limit on the number of times.”

Green noted that he doesn’t believe Trump should be impeached “needlessly,” despite having forced a vote on impeachment three times before the current effort to remove Trump following his controversial phone call with Ukrainian leaders.

Green further stated, “Every time I call it to the attention of this House, there was purpose and reason behind it, and I believe that we can do it more than once if it becomes necessary.”

Green then called on his colleagues in the Senate to get on board with the impeachment effort in the House and vote to oust Trump from office, but stated that if the Senate should fail to do that, it would not stop him from trying to end Trump’s presidency.

“I think the Senate ought to act. I think the Senate ought to convict. But if the Senate does not convict, it does not mean that the House is now hamstrung and cannot move forward again with impeachment,” the Texas representative said.

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President Trump Lashes Out At Nadler, Schiff; Calls Them ‘Sleazebags’

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President Trump is clearly getting fed up with all of the impeachment nonsense that is going on right now, a sentiment he made rather clear when he opted to take House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and other House impeachment managers to task, calling them “sleazebags” and stating that he would “love” to attend the Senate trial. Here’s more on this from Fox News: In the hastily called press event before Trump was to return to Washington, the president delivered an unsparing assessment of impeachment proceedings, which moved into full swing a day earlier and will resume later Wednesday with opening arguments. While making clear he’s reluctant to approve any new witnesses to testify, he floated — perhaps playfully — the idea of personally attending the trial, if only to antagonize the Democrats. “I’d love to go, wouldn’t that be great?” he said when asked whether he would attend. “Sit right in the front row and stare at their corrupt faces, and I’d love to do it.” The president joked that the press should not keep talking about his possible attendance or “you may convince me to do it.” Trump lit into Jerry Nadler, lead manager and House Judiciary Committee Chairman, by saying, “First of all, Jerrold Nadler, I’ve known him a long time, he’s a sleazebag. Everybody knows that.” The president continued, “I watched the lies from Adam Schiff. He’s a liar and he’s a fraud. These are major sleazebags. It’s a total hoax. It’s a disgrace. They talked about their tremendous case and it’s all done. They had no case…it’s a con-job.” President Trump is definitely not one to hold back his truth thoughts on a subject, which is refreshing given we live in a day and age surrounded by political correctness where people don’t really say what…

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