A Congressman Just Called For Trump’s Impeachment And People On Twitter Have A Lot To Say About It

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Today, Rep. Al Green became the first member of Congress to call for President Donald Trump’s impeachment.

Green cited obstruction of justice in the Russia investigation, claiming “there is a belief in this country that no one is above the law.”

A lot of people stood behind Green, especially after Comey’s firing and Trump’s alleged intelligence leak to Russian officials.



Of course, not everyone thought it was a good idea. In fact, quite a few people didn’t even think it was likely to happen.




And since we’re talking about Twitter here, you know there were plenty of jokes.


Of course, this is hardly the first time the topic of impeachment has come up since January 20. In fact, it’s become a pretty popular search term with everything that’s been going on in the past few months.


So what could we expect from a possible impeachment? CNN’s Carl Lavin took a look at Clinton’s impeachment process and broke it down for us tweet-by-tweet.

Is a Trump impeachment a possibility? Well, it’s all up in the air for now, but even if it were to go through, it would be a long process. Only time will tell. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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