As the democratic presidential field for 2020 continues to bloom, it is now the largest field of candidates in modern US history…and Joe Biden hasn’t even announced his run yet.
Among these democrats, one of the biggest questions of the week will be whether or not they support an attempt to impeach the President over his actions as detailed in the Mueller report on “collusion” with the Russian government.
Tonight, five of those candidates will be on stage for separate “town hall” style events on CNN, and there is little doubt that the subject of impeachment will be front and center.
But President Trump isn’t worried. At all.
President Donald Trump said Monday that he was not worried at all about impeachment, less than a week after a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report was made public and as talk of trying to remove him from office has been increasing among Democrats in Congress.
“Not even a little bit,” Trump said to reporters at the annual White House Easter egg roll when asked whether he was concerned about the possibility.
Should Congress Remove Biden from Office?
Trump has long contended that his economic success and popularity would make impeachment an impossible task for Congress…and some agree.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been one of the most prominent voices in the anti-impeachment crowd, sparking a great deal of debate about the future of the fractured democratic party.
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