washington - Six Democratic Congressmen in the US have announced to formally request the US House of Deputies to launch an impeachment against Republican President Trump. The deputies are led by Steve Cohen from Tennessee in their effort.
The group puts the step 'out of concern about our country, our constitution, our national security and democracy,' reported Newsweek magazine. One of those involved, Al Green from Texas, has already submitted such a request for Trump deposit. But they usually sneak into the Republican-dominated Congress.
American media reported that it is remarkable this time because two plaintiffs are members of the House of Justice Committee. It bends over the reasons given for deposition. MEPs now argue that Trump is hindering the rule of law, undermining the judiciary and freedom of the press and enjoying illegal secondary income from home and abroad.
Only two times a resignation procedure against the president has also been initiated. It came across Andrew Johnson (1808-1875) and Bill Clinton. In both cases, the president was not resigned. Richard Nixon (1913-1994) left for a trial.