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Begins Term by Calling Trump a Profanity

05 January 2019

The newly sworn-in Rep. Rashida Tlaib is not holding back on how she feels about President Trump.

Instead of addressing the profanity, Sanders told "Fox & Friends" on Friday that Democrats attacked the president because of how successful he was.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she doesn't like the profane language used by one of her new members who predicted the House will impeach President Donald Trump.

Specifically, in the full anecdote, Tlaib said she had made the comment to her son.

"As a young girl, I watched my mother hand stitch thobes while sitting on the floor with a lamp at her side", Tlaib wrote.

Newly minted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said on the Today Show Thursday that it could depend on the results of the special counsel's investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russian Federation. "It is too early to talk about that intelligently", Nadler, whose committee would oversee any impeachment effort, said on CNN on Friday morning.

Pelosi, During Government Shutdown, Is Vacationing at Hawaii Resort
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Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) on Thursday re-introduced articles of impeachment that he had filed a year ago with Democratic co-sponsor Rep. Al Green of Texas.

I thought her comments were disgraceful.

Democratic Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib declined to apologize for telling a crowd hours after she was sworn into Congress Thursday that "we're gonna go in there and we're going to impeach the motherf***er", referring to President Donald Trump.

Democrats spent the past year downplaying impeachment, fearing that it would rally Republicans to Trump's side and knowing that the politics of following through will be dicey even in their best-case scenario.

"I think President Trump has met his match", she said. The Greater Detroit Democratic Socialists of America endorsed her candidacy in May 2018. She asserted, "every child of immigrant parents knows what it means when... their biggest hope is that they want us to succeed, but they also don't want us to lose a part of who we are". "I am going to stay focused & hopefully that will lead my colleagues to see that impeachment is in order".

But as the new Congress convened on Thursday, several rank-and-file members tried to jump-start the prospect of removing Trump from office.

Begins Term by Calling Trump a Profanity