President Trump and his administration have committed innumerable offenses to American values and assaulted long-held norms. His racist, inflammatory, and divisive language has emboldened some of the darkest factions in our society. His failure to divest from his businesses has created the possibility of bold-faced corruption. Even more concerning, the Mueller Report has detailed Russian interference in our 2016 election and the President’s attempts to obstruct justice.
It is now Congress’s duty to determine whether his actions have risen to the level of “treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.” If they have, the House must determine whether to formally impeach him for his misconduct. Join Congressman Cleaver as he discusses with other members what actions should be taken and, most importantly, answer the question, “To impeach or not to impeach?”