Impeachment? Donald Trump says he's too successful for that


"Bullies don't win.' And I said, 'Baby, they don't, because we're gonna go in there and we're gonna impeach the [expletive]", Tlaib said to an outburst of applause and cheers from her supporters.

Tlaib's defiance flew in the face of Speaker Nancy Pelosi's warning to focus on policies the candidates had promised ahead of the November 6 elections.

Tlaib made impeaching Trump a plank in her campaign too. She didn't back down Friday, tweeting that "I will always speak truth to power". And your son looks at you and says, 'Momma, look, you won.

"But I don't think it's any worse than what the president has said".

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The timing also chafed, just hours before congressional leaders were headed to the White House to try to resolve the standoff over the border wall Trump is demanding in exchange for reopening the government.

"President Donald Trump is a direct and serious threat to our country", she wrote in an op-ed published Thursday in the Detroit Free Press with John Bonifaz, co-founder of the nonprofit Free Speech For People.

Tlaib took her oath on a two-volume Quran that belonged to one of the founding fathers of America, Thomas Jefferson and wore a traditional Palestinian "Thobe" dress to the ceremony.

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib of MI made history yesterday as one of the first two Muslim women sworn into Congress, as well as the becoming the first Palestinian-American representative.

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I think left to his own devices that Chuck Schumer and the Senate Democrats probably would cut a deal but they're protecting Mrs. Trump has previously threatened to shut down the border, but took no action to do so following those threats.

Rashida Tlaib spoke exclusively to Local 4 after hurling an expletive at President Donald Trump.

Some Democrats have adopted a cautious tone when discussing the possible impeachment of President Trump.

Top Democrats have so far supported Pelosi's cautious approach to impeachment, with House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler also saying that it is a divisive, even traumatic, process that should only be done with Republican support. According to video and comments on Twitter, she apparently made the comments during a party hosted by the liberal activist group MoveOn.

Fox 2: "You man think her needs to be impeached but do you think it's appropriate for a congressperson to use that language?" "It doesn't reflect the caucus, and I'm sure upon reflection, she might choose other words to describe her feelings". "And the thing we could do that most shows respect for the office is to not have someone there who has committed high crimes and misdemeanours on the one hand and is hurting the country on the other".

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'With that said, we are not going to wait for the Mueller report.