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Former Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who was defeated by President Trump in the 2016 election, responded on Twitter over the president’s likely upcoming impeachment by House Democrats.

House Democrats announced two articles of impeachment against President Trump Tuesday morning, accusing him of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress regarding his interactions with Ukraine.

“We must defend our democracy, and the painful truth is that the occupant of the Oval Office is waging war against it,” Clinton declared on Twitter.

Clinton’s own husband, former president Bill Clinton, was also impeached by the House on October 8, 1998, for “high crimes and misdemeanors.” The specific charges against Clinton were lying under oath and obstruction of justice, related to sexual harassment charges, along with an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Clinton also spoke out last week, after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced she had instructed the Judiciary Committee to move forward with articles of impeachment against the president.

“In the United States of America, no one is above the law,” Clinton taunted.

DMLNews founder Dennis Michael Lynch tweeted on Tuesday after the Democrats announced their articles of impeachment:

Dems impeaching Trump in the House will be a good thing for Trump – now Republicans must take it to trial in the Senate… and use it to put Obama and Biden on trial! Expose the corruption and the lies! This is the greatest thing that could happen to Trump for 2020.

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