Last week, Representative Steve Cohen, a Democrat from Tennessee, said he will introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump. But he wasn't the first – San Fernando Valley Congressman Brad Sherman submitted articles last month.
Take Two spoke with Rep. Sherman about the possible grounds for President Trump's impeachment.
"You can’t impeach a president for being reckless, or racist, or wrong. But you can impeach a president for high crimes and misdemeanors. Obstruction of justice is defined as a felony under our penal code. And when you use threats to curtail an ongoing FBI investigation, you’re in violation of that fesderal statute – even if those threats are not successful … In February, the president threatened Comey to get him to stop the investigation of Michael Flynn. A couple of months later, he fired Comey, and said that the reason was to curtail the investigation of possible Russian collusion."
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