House Crushes Al Green’s Bid to Impeach President Trump

The House on Wednesday tossed aside an attempt by Rep. Al Green to bring articles of impeachment against President Trump.

Many Democrats joined the Republican majority in voting, 364-58, to table the resolution from Mr. Green, Texas Democrat, after Democratic leaders said Mr. Trump’s actions may be upsetting to the party, but that talk of impeachment was premature.

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3 Thoughts to “House Crushes Al Green’s Bid to Impeach President Trump”

  1. Austin

    I’m a little Surprised that the Tennessee Star did not mention that Tennessee Congressman, Steve Cohen (D) Memphis, was among the usual 58 Democrats that voted to impeach President Trump. Of course I’m not surprised that he did. He is one of those at the top of the list of being extremely left-wing.
    Maybe the Tennessee Star realized that it was not necessary to mention because Cohen’s vote is a given. I am surprised though that Jim Cooper (D) Nashville, didn’t vote for impeachment. He must not have consulted with Mayor Megan Barry (D) Nashville, before the vote.