Forty percent of Americans want Trump impeached

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"I have expressed great concerns about President Trump's ability to lead our country in the Resolution of No Confidence (HRes 456) that I introduced in July with 29 of my colleagues", Representative Steve Cohen said in a statement.

A new HuffPost/YouGov poll found, however, that about half the country believed Trump did a poor job in condemning the neo-Nazis, KKK members and white supremacists who had gathered in Charlottesville, with one Nazi sympathizer charged with second degree murder for mowing down 20 people with his auto, killing one.

According to a recent article in Newsweek, it is likely that the president is only six Senate votes away from being impeached, with 12 Republican senators who have shown an inclination towards taking on the president when they thought he was in the wrong. When I watched the videos from the protests in Charlottesville, it reminded me of the videos I've seen of Kristallnacht in 1938 in Nazi Germany.

A new Monmouth University poll found 60 percent of Trump's supporters said they couldn't 'think of anything that Trump could do, or fail to do, in his term as president that would make [them] disapprove of the job he is doing'. "Neo-Nazis and the KKK are domestic terrorists", he said. Speier, in doing so, invoked the 25th Amendment, which outlines Congress's impeachment powers, but stopped short of announcing plans to introduce her own articles of impeachment. In filing for impeachment, he follows Reps. While many Republicans have broken publicly with Trump over his response to the rally, no Republican member of Congress has called for impeachment or resignation over the matter. This can be attributed to growing opposition to the president from Democrats and independents, the poll said. Please join us in calling for Donald Trump's impeachment.

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The survey was conducted on 2,024 Americans between August 2-8, before the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Trump's initial controversial statement about it.

"The president has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability, nor some of the competence, that he needs to demonstrate in order for him to be successful - and our nation and our world needs for him to be successful, whether you are Republican or Democrat", Corker told the Chattanooga Rotary club today. It indicates that about one in four Americans will stand with the president, no matter what he does.

"I believe that Trump's use of threats to obstruct the ongoing criminal investigations of Michael Flynn clearly violate [Title 18 of the United States Code]; Violations of that section are a felony", Sherman wrote, according to HuffPost.

The senator will speak at a breakfast in downtown Nashville tomorrow.

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