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

Flickr / Michael Vadon and Twitter / @RepAlGreen

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.

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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.

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

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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.

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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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