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The VPs almost entire job description is to take over the presidency if there is a need. Recently VP has been given some expanded powers, but that is still why the position exists. It guarantees a President who was either unable or unwilling to stop their predecessor from doing whatever got the President removed in the first place. I`m not sure you understand the role of the VP. They don`t have any power to stop the president from doing ANYTHING and may not even been remotely involved in the things that got the president removed or even aware of them. Like when Nixon sent men to raid the DNC offices, why would the VP have had anything to do with that? Why should a person who`s been removed as President essentially be the person who chooses their replacement? To be removed, the president must be found guilty of \"Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.\" I don`t understand https://felciassite.yolasite.com/ how that relates to their inability to have picked someone in advance of the committing of those crimes. Do people easily bribed pick other people that are easily bribed or something?
At his Staten Island town hall Wednesday, he dramatically started the meeting with an announcement that he was reversing course and would support an inquiry. In interviews with voters at the events, self-identified Democrats said they were pleased, albeit some only cautiously, that the House decided to formally launch the inquiry. And in many cases, voters were more concerned about other issues, such as healthcare, climate policy and local transit service. Even moderate Democrats may see more risk now in opposing the impeachment inquiry than supporting it. Only about nine of the 235 House Democrats oppose the move. Staten Island residents Beverly Walters and Christina Cambria showed up at Rose’s town hall meeting to encourage the lawmaker to join the rest of his party and support the inquiry. They were pleased when he did. Cambria, a Democrat who voted for Rose, said she may have thought less of him had he not backed the inquiry.
\"I would question it because I can’t imagine how anybody can go along with this,\" she said. Rose said the administration’s refusal to comply with document requests since the inquiry started convinced him to support it. \"We have got to follow these facts where they lead us. And where we find ourselves today the president has no one to blame but himself,\" Rose said to applause in the Jewish community center. Several Democratic voters in these swing districts said they didn’t begin to support impeachment until the president’s interactions with the Ukrainian president became public. 400 million in military aid that the nation needed to fight Russia-back separatists. Until last week, \"I didn’t think it was politically wise to do,\" said Barbara Dolhansky, a Democrat from Pocono Lake, Pa., who showed up at a town hall hosted by Rep. Matt Cartwright. Now she’s on board — and so is Cartwright.
Cartwright, like other moderates, has gingerly danced around impeachment for months, rebuffing attempts from more progressive Democrats to start an inquiry while Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III was investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. Many of the centrists only began supporting the inquiry last week, on the same day Pelosi said she backed it. Polls show that public support for impeachment has risen in recent days. Forty-five percent of Americans support the House’s effort and 38% oppose, according to a USA Today/Ipsos poll released Thursday. That’s up from 32% support and 61% opposition in a June USA Today poll. Other polls have found similar shifts in sentiment. Democratic lawmakers, especially those in swing districts, often say the politics of impeachment don’t matter — that they’re ready to lose their job in order to stand up for the constitution. But the politics are hard to ignore. Even if the House impeaches the president, as of now there is no sign that the GOP-controlled Senate would remove him from office.
The result could be that Trump remains in office, has a political foil to run against in 2020 and dozens of House Democrats have to run for reelection in Trump-leaning districts with an impeachment vote on their resume. Rose and Cartwright have perhaps the slimmest tightrope to walk among all House Democrats. Trump won in their districts by nearly 10 percentage points in 2016 — the biggest margins of any Democrat who supports impeachment. In Delgado’s district, the president won by 7 percentage points. All six of the Democrats who represent districts in which the president won by more than 10 percentage points are against the inquiry. Republicans are already eyeing each of their seats as key opportunities. Even before the inquiry, the Republican National Committee released ads tying Rose to his more liberal colleagues. The Congressional Leadership Fund, a super PAC aligned with House Republicans, is running digital ads on Cartwright’s support for the impeachment inquiry, picturing him alongside Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and early impeachment supporters Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.). Rose, Cartwright and Delgado have each outlined that they are supporting an inquiry - not necessarily the act of impeachment - and have matched the somber tone set by Pelosi in Washington. There is no joy in impeachment, they say, but the constitution is at stake and the president has overstepped the line. Cartwright deflected a stern question from a Trump supporter by stressing that he meets with Pelosi once a week as a member of leadership and he has been the \"loudest voice\" pushing her to show restraint. Democrats know they will need to continue making the case to voters. \"It only takes about five seconds to explain what happened. We’re on better ground when we’re trying to persuade people of the seriousness of that,\" said Cartwright, who helps shape messaging for House Democrats.
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