Billionaire investor and Democratic backer Tom Steyer has launched a national campaign calling for President Donald Trump's impeachment, only nine months into the president's term.
"He's brought us to the bring of nuclear war, obstructed justice at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and in direct violation of the Constitution, he's taken money from foreign governments and threatened to shut down news organizations that report the truth", a concerned-looking Steyer says in the ad.
"If Democrats want to appease the far left and their liberal mega-donors by supporting a baseless radical effort that the vast majority of Americans disagree with, then have at it. Republicans will continue to focus on issues voters actually care about, like growing our economy and cutting taxes for the middle class".
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It's also probably worth noting that Steyer has reportedly mulled a political run of his own. Accompanying the TV ads is what a Steyer aide said is a seven-figure digital ad buy meant to get the minute-long spot a large audience online. Dianne Feinstein, a fellow Democrat. If Steyer does have political ambitions of his own, his new ad campaign could serve a dual goal by both advancing the Trump impeachment effort and simultaneously bolstering Steyer's own progressive bona fides and name recognition in California and beyond.
Even Democratic congressional leaders have shown no interest in impeaching Trump yet. He is one of the top Democratic donors in the country, giving $91 million to Democratic candidates during the 2016 elections.
The first TV spot, which makes the case for "impeaching and removing a risky president", and implores "elected officials to take a stand on impeachment", was uploaded to YouTube Thursday.
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The pro-impeachment campaign is being paid for directly by Steyer, and is not part of NextGen America or a separate political action committee.
Allegedly, the President of the United States Constitution and threatens lives. A national USA Today poll in July found that Americans are split 42 percent in favor and 42 percent opposed to Trump's impeachment.
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