Il membro del Congresso della matricola del GOP dice che Trump dovrebbe dimettersi, segnala il supporto per l'impeachment

Il membro del Congresso della matricola del GOP dice che Trump dovrebbe dimettersi, segnala il supporto per l'impeachment

Newly elected Rep. Peter Meijer, R-Me., said Monday that the president should resign and that he isstrongly consideringvoting to impeach President briscola dopo il Capitol Hill riot la settimana scorsa.

“Quando si tratta di impeachment, it’s something we’re strongly considering at this point. Ancora, you know there are timelines and other considerations and additional information that I want to have before making that decision affirmatively,” Meijer, who was sworn into office Jan. 3, told WXMI. “Ma ancora, I think what we saw on Wednesday, left the president unfit for office.

As Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol building Wednesday, the president released a video on Twitter in which he told them to “andare a casa,” but also sympathized with them and called themvery special.

“[Presidente Trump] said that while you know Officer Sicknick was in the hospital on life support after getting bludgeoned with a fire extinguisher,” Meijer told the local news outlet. “You know to me that was that was deeply disqualifying and left him frankly unfit for the office. So I do think the best course of action would be to resign.

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Meijer replaced retiring Libertarian Rep. Justin Amash, who voted to impeach Trump after leaving the GOP in 2019.

Il Casa, where Democrats have a majority, is expected to impeach the president for a second time Wednesday.

Two other House Republicans, Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger and New York Rep. John Katko, have also signaled support for impeachment.

It is unclear what the Senato will do, but at least two Senate Republicans have strongly condemned Trump’s actions in recent days.

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Suo. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., told Fox News Saturday that he thinks Trumpcommitted impeachable offensesbut doesn’tknow what is going to land on the Senate floor, if anything.

Suo. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, ha detto al Anchorage Daily News Friday that she thinks Trumpshould leaveand that he hascaused enough damage.

Il Lo ha riferito il New York Times Tuesday that Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has told associates he believes the president committed impeachable offenses. California Rep. Kevin McCarthy, the top Republican in the House, is open to censuring Trump, but does not back impeachment, according to the news outlet.

Presidente Trump, nel frattempo, told reporters Tuesday that impeachment isa continuation of the greatest witch hunt in the history of politics.

This impeachment is causing tremendous anger and you’re doing it,” Trump ha detto. “And it’s really a terrible thing that they’re doing.

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