On the impeachment day, many have looked back to history, then at Donald Trump and decided it was time to act. Freshman Democrats in very red districts have decided to stand up and tell their voters they would follow their oath to the Constitution. If that meant losing their jobs, so be it. Secretary Hillary Clinton also spoke out today.
She tweeted that over “750 historians signed a letter supporting” his impeachment:
‘More than 750 historians “devoted to studying our nation’s past,” including Ron Chernow and Robert A. Caro, have signed a letter supporting the president’s impeachment and removal. medium.com/@historiansoni ‘
Clinton added a link to her tweet. It took readers to that letter she referred to reading. It read in part:
‘President Trump’s lawless obstruction of the House of Representatives, which is rightly seeking documents and witness testimony in pursuit of its constitutionally-mandated oversight role, has demonstrated brazen contempt for representative government. So have his attempts to justify that obstruction on the grounds that the executive enjoys absolute immunity, a fictitious doctrine that, if tolerated, would turn the president into an elected monarch above the law.’
Twitter world caught fire. The responses to the secretary’s tweet were headed. Check them out:
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