The Democratic representative, who has repeatedly called for President Trump’s impeachment, seemed confused when talking about the process.
Rep. Al Green (D-TX) tried to discuss how impeaching President Trump will play out on CNN on Monday, but he admitted that he is unsure that a Senate would convict Trump.
“He won’t be found guilty if he’s impeached. The Senate tries the case,” Green said.
He then incorrectly stated, “The House can find a president guilty.”
“If I choose to bring [a bill of impeachment], I will have it heard. What the results will be, I do not know,” he said.
Green has repeatedly called for Trump’s impeachment. He called Trump’s dismissal of FBI Director James Comey an “impeachable offense” in his CNN interview.
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