“After we impeach Donald Trump, we are going to impeach Mike Pence,” Waters told “The Breakfast Club” on Monday.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said that she believes that President Donald Trump will be impeached by December of this year during a radio interview on “The Breakfast Club” on Monday.
Host DJ Envy asked Waters how close Trump is to getting impeached or whether she thought the idea of impeaching Trump was too far fetched.
Waters explained to the panel that she thought Trump was unfit to be president long before he won the election in November, and how she has been calling for his impeachment since he took office.
“I knew that this was someone who had been involved with collusion with the Russians, in undermining our Democracy and of course 17 of our intelligence agencies said that [the Russians], certainly, they had hacked into the DNC and even the RNC,” Waters told the panel.
There is no evidence at this moment that supports Waters’ claim that Trump colluded with Russia.
Waters went on to challenge Republican members of Congress to impeach Trump, citing the discredited Russian dossier that Buzzfeed published about Trump as possible evidence that could lead to Trump’s impeachment.
“So I believe it is possible to impeach him. How long is it going to take? I don’t know, but I give it to about December,” Waters told “The Breakfast Club.”
A co-host of “The Breakfast Club,” pointed out that if Trump were impeached, that would mean that Vice President Mike Pence would become president.
“We’ll get him next,” Waters responded.
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