Maxine Waters: Trump 'Will Be Eligible for Impeachment'

Cheryl Sanders
March 10, 2017

"You understand that I am saying the investigations must be done, the drilling down must be done", she said. She didn't get the names of any countries wrong today but she did tell a surprised MSNBC anchor that the "sex actions" in an unverified dossier written about Donald Trump were true. Some other things they kind of allude to.

Waters didn't say how she knew it to be true when asked, but she made it clear that there was one thought on her mind - impeachment of the president.

Trump has bragged about committing sexual assault, but the veracity of the dossier's allegations have yet to be confirmed.

On Thursday, Waters appeared on MSNBC to speak with Ali Velshi, who quizzed her on whether she believed the dossier's contents.

In fact, there were multiple reactions to the document made by BuzzFeed News, including the "Source E" redaction. "Yes, I think he should go into that dossier and see what's there". Because unless you have information we don't have, that's an allegation, ' he asked her.

Predictably, Waters ranted over unproven conspiracy theories about the Trump campaign supposedly colluding with Russian Federation to swing the election: "Yes". We already know that the part about the coverage they have on him with sex actions is supposed to be true.

The aide also clarified that Waters remains largely focused on supporting that investigation, and her primary focus is on determining whether there was collusion between Trump associates or the Trump campaign and Russian operatives in order to undermine the election. But her aide emphasized "She wasn't talking about anything that's not already in the public domain".

"The investigations must be done", she added.

"She wasn't talking about anything that's not already in the public domain", the aide said, adding that Waters - a harsh critic of the Trump administration - was attempting to refer to her support of an investigation into the ties between Trump associates and Russian Federation during the presidential election.

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