House Democrats Are Going to Try to Impeach President Trump Again

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Rep. Al Green plans to force a vote in the House on December 6 to impeach President Donald Trump. Green said. "It's about democracy".

Greenhe was preparing impeachment articles against Trump last summer, originally accusing the president of obstruction of justice in connection with the firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey who was investigating ties between Trump's presidential campaign and Russian Federation.

The articles claim Trump brought shame and dishonor to the office of the president by being associated "with causes rooted in white supremacy, bigotry, racism, anti-Semitism, white nationalism, or neo-Nazism". The articles also mention Trump's comments regarding NFL protests during the National Anthem, and the anti-Muslim videos he retweeted on November 29.

"Impeachment is not about Democrats or Republicans", Rep.

"It's not someplace that I think we should go", House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said on CNN's "State of the Union" last month.

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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.

Only two presidents have been impeached: Andrew Johnson in 1868 and Bill Clinton in 1998.

The resolution has no real chance of advancing in the House.

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. The aide said members had raised concerns about forcing an impeachment vote during caucus meetings on multiple occasions.

"Mr. Speaker in a metaphorical sense today, sometime after noon, shortly after 12 o'clock, I will take the road less traveled", Green stated.

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