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Amash Loses Support From Republican Lawmakers And Officials After ‘Impeachment’ Tweet Against Trump

Daily Caller Sunday, 19 May 2019
Republican Party lawmakers and officials slammed Republican Michigan Rep. Justin Amash, who called for President Trump’s impeachment in a series of tweets Saturday night. Amash claimed on Twitter Saturday night that Trump “engaged in impeachable conduct” by obstructing justice, and that Attorney General Bill Barr “deliberately misrepresented” special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. (RELATED: Trump Hits […]
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Rep. Justin Amash appears to be the first sitting Republican to call for the president’s impeachment.

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