GOP lawmaker 'strongly considering' impeachment: Trump is 'no longer qualified to hold that office'

Washington Michigan GOP Rep. Peter Meijer said Monday evening he isstrongly consideringvoting to impeach President Donald Trump following last week’s riot at the US Capitol, assessing that the President isno longer qualified to hold that office.

I would prefer that we have a more fulsome investigation into what happened. Most of what I know about January 6 came either from personal experience or from Twitter. Ma alla fine della giornata, I think it is obvious that the President is no longer qualified to hold that office,” Meijer told CNN’s Erin Burnett onOut Front.
Pressed on whether he’d made a definitive decision on impeachment, Meijer maintained that he willwait to see the additional evidence presented, ma di nuovo, this is something we’re strongly considering.
His pointed comments came the same day Democrats formally introduced their impeachment resolution, charging Trump with “istigazione all'insurrezione” as they race toward making him the first president in history to be impeached twice. The chamber will vote on the resolution Wednesday.
While some GOP lawmakers have called on Trump to resignnotably Sens. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Pat Toomey of PennsylvaniaMeijer’s public position is a notable break from the majority of House Republicans who are urging Democrats not to pursue impeachment, arguing such a move would be divisive.
Anziché, Il leader della minoranza della Camera Kevin McCarthy, in a letter to GOP colleagues, listed four potential responses to the January 6 attacco. McCarthy, citing feedback from members, floated the possibility ofa resolution of censure under the rules of the House,” as well as a bipartisan commission to investigate riots, according to the letter. He did not specify who would be censured.
But Meijer said Monday Trump’s response to the Capitol breach amounted to anabject failure of leadershipand that while some colleagues have told him they are concerned about the timing of the impeachment process, he hasn’t heard anyonearguing the merits.
Drawing on his personal experience as an Iraq war veteran, Meijer added that he’sdeeplyworried about more violence in the coming weeks as the country grapples witha vacuum of leadership.
Right now we just have silence. That’s incredibly worrisome,” Egli ha detto. “I’m very worried about the violence not only that’s occurred already which was horrific, it could have been far worse, but also I go forward with the expectation there will be more violence.

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