Democrats on the Hill aren’t the only ones calling for Trump’s impeachment. Michigan Republican Rep. Justin Amash released 13 tweets over the weekend highlighting why he thinks Trump “has engaged impeachable conduct.”
Several congressional Republicans have voiced that they disagree with Amash.
Sen. Mitt Romney said, “I respect him, I think it’s a courageous statement, but I believe to make a case for obstruction of justice, you just don’t have the elements that are evidence to this document.”
Amash also argued that too few congresspeople have read special counsel Robert Mueller’s full, less-redacted report. (RELATED: Amash Defends Trump Impeachment Claims Amid GOP Backlash)
Senator Chris Coons echoed Amash’s sentiments in an interview with CNN, saying, “Those who have read the Mueller Report cannot avoid the conclusion that the President and some of his absolutely core advisers engaged in profoundly disappointing, reprehensible conduct. Conduct that would rise to the level of an obstruction of justice charge if he were anyone other than President of the United States.”
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