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Rep. Waters: “Greatest Desire” Is to Impeach Trump

Phil Hall
Feb 06, 2017
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), who is expected to become the Chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee in the next Congress

The ranking member of the House Financial Services Committee has expressed that her “greatest desire” is to see the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
 
According to a CBS Los Angeles report, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) used an interview with the online Cheddar network to express her wish that her Capitol Hill colleagues would remove the president from office.
 
“Well, I hope he’s not there for four years,” she said. “I hope that this man and who he is, what he’s done and the way he’s defined himself and the way he’s acting, I am hoping that we’re able to reveal all of this and my greatest desire is to lead him right into impeachment.”
 
Rep. Waters, who stated after the election that she would not meet with the president, boycotted the Jan. 20 inauguration and questioned his legitimacy as chief executive. “I’m not welcoming him, I won’t rejoice in him being the president,” she continued. “I don’t honor him. And so, I did not go to that inauguration. Never intended to it.”
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