Pelosi and Schumer call for Trump's removal from office


Well for the first time since the protests took over the U. S. Capitol yesterday, President Trump has released a video and he is conceding in the election. Saying they'll be a peaceful transfer of power. We must get on with the business of America. My campaign vigorously pursued every legal avenue to contest the election results. My only goal was to ensure the integrity of the vote In so doing, I was fighting to defend American democracy. It comes as many members of Congress, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and three members of Congress and San Diego are calling for the president to be removed from office, either with the 25th amendment or through impeachment, Congressman Mike 11. Praising Vice President Mike Pence for carrying out his constitutional duty and counting the electoral college votes late last night. And now he wants the vice president to invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office. I do think that there is a great danger being presented by this president at the present time if he is not seen as capable of even having a social media account. Without getting up violence. I don't think he should be responsible for the nation's nuclear codes or have access to the nuclear codes and things of that nature. 11 is joined by Scott Peters and calling for the 25th amendments and Sarah Jacobs as well, who's calling for impeachment or the 25th amendments to be used as the president continues for the next 13 days in office. He continued by saying, if that option doesn't work than impeachment is also on the table. Adding, even though Trump will leave office soon. It is important that those responsible for the riots are held accountable as they took an oath to protect the constitution, not stopping there. Congresswoman Jacob says Law enforcement also needs to be held accountable for what happened at the capital. We need an investigation into how it was how it happened, how protesters were allowed into the Capitol complex and into the building. And why there was such a difference in response from the peaceful protests over the summer to what we saw in terms of security yesterday, Jacobs knows there's a lot of work to do to heal the division. But she's confident she can be a part of a new generation of national leaders. Zachary Barnes Kogo news

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