Maxine Waters Applauds Anti-Trump Leaks on 'The View'
- Author: Stacy Houston Aug 09, 2017,
Aug 09, 2017, 0:16
Rep Maxine Waters (D-CA) has been getting quite a bit of attention lately for her strong opposition to President Trump and frequent calls for his impeachment. Now Rep. Waters brings the world Reclaiming my time - an inarguably polite way of saying If you're not going to bring me anything but bullshit, I'm not going to waste my time listening to it.
Waters did not hesitate before jumping into a list of reasons why she believes impeachment is possible and will happen, stemming back to Trump's actions on the campaign trail. "I think he is going to connect the dots and I think we're nearing a constitutional crisis".
"No, not at all", Waters said.
After taking a moment to share her admiration for her peers, the Waters said that if not for the "love and respect" shown to her by other black women, her Republican counterparts would "have me believe I'm too black, I'm too confrontational, that I'm too disrespectful of them".
"Putin or Pence?" Behar asked.
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That's what the Democrat from California told the hosts of ABC's "The View" during an interview on Friday. "They're undermining him because they want to see him stopped, they want us to do something, not every president will be treated this way". Then before she could get another word out, a familiar voice was heard from the audience as Kilgore appeared to sing his gospel cover in person.
"Not only will we resist you, we will impeach you, Donald Trump" she said to an enthusiastic crowd. "He lies, they know it, and he's the danger and they want us to do something about it".
Ahead of that appearance, Waters told the Daily Caller that she would run for president if millennials wanted her to run. Instead, her goal is kicking out the person who now resides there.
"It's a scary thing to try to undermine the president because you don't like his policy and don't trust him - and risk undermining the entire country in the process", added co-host Jedediah Bila.