Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey, a Democratic presidential hopeful, said on Thursday he was convinced that an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump could gain bipartisan support among his colleagues in the upper chamber.
“And I think that we are just on the foothills of a mountain of evidence that will come out in the coming days and weeks, and I have faith at the end of the day, knowing a lot of my colleagues like I do, that some of them will have the courage to stand up and do the right thing at the right time,” Booker told MSNBC host Ali Velshi.
Sen. Booker on Trump-Ukraine call: “This president was withholding that aid not for national security purposes –in fact violating national security interests –to pursue his own personal benefit. That is outrageous, and in my opinion, that is treasonous.”https://t.co/3WhzQ0vHn5
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