Waters Ramps Up Attack On Trump

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Congresswoman Maxine Waters called for President Donald Trump’s impeachment just two weeks into his presidency, stating, “These are not normal times.”

Since the day he was elected, the congresswoman has opposed President Trump.

A Democrat, Waters is a ranking member of the House Committee on Financial Service and serves California’s 43rd district.

Last month, she introduced a bill demanding an investigation of Trump to see if there was collusion between his associates and Russia’s hacks.

In a CNN interview Monday, Waters declared, “We have investigations going on in several places, in several ways. Because we are suspicious, we have to find out more about him, which leads to the possibility of impeachment.”

“We have a president who has created chaos and division, so many questions about his conflicts of interests, lies about whether or not he separated himself from the businesses he claimed he separated himself from, not showing his tax returns, putting his arms around Putin and defending Putin,” she ranted.

When the anchorwoman conducting the interview informed Waters that the White House accused her of using “extreme rhetoric,” the congresswoman balked yet was unable to provide any substantial proof that President Trump has colluded with Russia, stating, “This president has acted in an abnormal way. And he has attacked two judges.”

Watch the interview below:

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