Earlier, a Washington Post story that Donald Trump divulged sensitive classified information to Russian officials is serious business. It's the kind of irresponsible behavior that puts sources, American troops, and our allies in harm's way.
At first, the Trump administration denied the report.
This morning, the president admitted it.
Now that Donald Trump has admitted that the Washington Post story is not 'fake news' at all, Congress must immediately convene an impeachment inquiry to gather all the facts, and determine if what Donald Trump did rises to the level of impeachment, and removal from office.
Add your name if you agree:
Tell Congress: Our nation's security is at risk. It's time to begin an impeachment inquiry to determine if what Donald Trump did rises to the level of impeachment, and removal from office.
Like Congressman Ted Lieu said last night, "Congress gets to define what a high crime is."
Under normal circumstances, Congress could use a slower process, with multiple hearings and investigations, before moving to impeachment. However, given that the central question around Trump's actions is the security of the United States, and American lives, we do not have the luxury of time.
We hope that you'll agree.
Iraq War Veteran and Government Affairs Director