Trump impeachment vote will be forced today, says Rep. Al Green

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A Texas Democratic Congressman has announced that he will be bringing articles of impeachment against US President Donald Trump on Wednesday, the second attempt in as many months. Green said. "It's about democracy".

"Therefore, Donald John Trump by causing such harm to the society of the United States is unfit to be President and warrants impeachment, trial, and removal from office", the resolution concludes. But it did detail Trump's "association" with white nationalism, neo-Nazism and his incitement of hatred and hostility as evidence that he is not fit to occupy the Oval Office.

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Green's resolution is mostly symbolic in the Republican-controlled Congress and even fellow Democrats have backed away from similar efforts. She has also said that impeachment must be rooted in facts rather than personal opinions about the President.

If he follows the proper procedures, Republicans will hold a vote on tabling - in effect, killing - the proposal during the House's first series of votes on Wednesday, said a GOP leadership aide who spoke on condition of anonymity to describe a decision by party leaders. "Andrew Johnson was impeached for less, and articles of impeachment will be brought against him today". But the resolution was set aside, and it will be considered sometime in the next two days.

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A vote to table the motion would force Democrats to explain to restive liberals eager to see Trump removed from office why they did not support an attempt to do so. "May everyone vote their conscience knowing that history will judge us all".

Those comments, Green said cast "contempt on professional football players who engaged in constitutionally protected protests pertaining to allegations of police misconduct with regard to racial minorities, as well as casting contempt on the professional players' mothers by calling them mothers "bitches".

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