President Donald Trump was at Mar-a-Lago on Easter Sunday and as soon he got back to Washington, he decided to launch some attacks at Democrats over the impeachment talks that have started to gain steam with the liberal base.
Trump, who is still dealing with the aftermath of Robert Mueller's report on Russia, tweeted: "How do you impeach a Republican President for a crime that was committed by the Democrats? MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!"
It is not really clear what the president was alluding when he said the Democrats committed crimes. Some experts believe that Trump and his supporters would welcome all of the chaotic aspects that come with impeachment proceedings.
The base of the Democratic Party might love it, but swing voters who decide presidential elections are more interested in economic policies that can better their lives.
That is the reason why the Democratic Party's elected officials are split when it comes to their next moves. While some like Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, who is running for president, are calling for the end of the Trump reign right now; others are sounding a bit more cautious.
The moderates in the party believe it is better to leave voters to decide on Trump's fate next year at the ballot box.
Presidential hopeful Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) argued on Sunday: "Let the process play itself out. I personally think that there's a lot of obstruction here, so I understand their move to try to impeach. I would just rather us take this next step, educate the American people, really get these details out, let the Judiciary Committee do its work … and let the country start functioning normally through these processes that we've established and then we'll go from there. Everyone's welcome to do what they want, and I feel the sentiment"
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, tried to reconcile the two visions of what the Mueller means for Trump.
He shared: "Impeachment is likely to be unsuccessful. It may be that we undertake an impeachment nonetheless." Republicans would have to go along with Democrats for impeachment to be a success and that is not happening in the current political environment.
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