At the US Capitol, Two House Democrats joined activists who represented Congress with the signatures of almost 10 million people calling on legislators to start the proceedings of impeachment against the US President Donald Trump.

According to progressive congressman AL Green, said, “ we are holding in our hands 10 million reasons for being here today”, as he and first-term congressman Rashida Tlaib arranged a flash drive. Dozens of cardboard boxes along with engraved signatures and collected petitions from groups such as Move On and the annual Women’s March were dispatched to Tlaib, who has initiated legislation that would lead the House Judiciary Committee to start proceedings for probing whether the US President has dedicated illegal offenses.

She said, “in the face of this time, this remarkably dark time in our country, this to me is a moment of light ”.

The US President publicly declared that he was entirely convicted by special counsel Robert Mueller’s currently released report on the election interference of Russia. But some Democrats contended that the document proposes multiple occasions in which the President may have impeded justice, along with Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Presidential candidate of 2020, who was invited for the impeachment proceedings.

Other senior Democrats along with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have alerted against such a move, emphasizing it could intensively divide the nation of about  325 million people. They alert it could politically backfire in the run-up to the 2020 election, especially with the Republican-led Senate supposed to achieve the President in the event of impeachment by the White House Representative.

The significant representation emerged for being a specific challenge to Pelosi, who claimed that the declination of the US President to agree with the inquiries into his actions has brought the country to the brink. Although she herself has stopped short of calling for the ouster of the US President, Pelosi said, “ Trump and his administration’s decision to ignore the oath of office has triggered a constitutional crisis”.

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