Congresswoman Maxine Waters reaffirms 'impeach Trump' mission during BET ceremony

Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) has been itching to impeach President Trump and proudly leads the "Impeach Trump" brigade of woke resisters. "He is in a White House where he's got people working for him that don't believe in him, don't like what he's doing, and they're trying to tell the American public something".

The interview also included Waters discussing Trump's policies, Russian sanctions, supporting black businesses, the legalization of marijuana, gun laws, potential 2020 presidential candidates, the Alt-Right, affirmative action, fighting discrimination, and more. "I am so glad they are telling us what's going on".

Waters said Putin is mad because Trump can no longer keep his promises to him because of the passage of the sanctions bill.

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During an interview with syndicated radio show "The Breakfast Club", Waters was asked if she believes Trump is the worst president in US history.

Waters' career has been somewhat reborn due to social media meriting her a plethora of new supporters and also a new crop of haters.

Waters was asked by View co-host Joy Behar. That's what the Democratic congresswoman from California told ABC's The View Friday as she continued her outspoken criticism of the 45th president. "They're undermining him because they want to see him stopped".

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Ms. Faris countered that world leaders will be reluctant to speak with Mr. Trump if they know that anything they say may wind up in major USA newspapers.

"As a matter of fact, I have said over and over again, I think he's the most deplorable person I've ever met in my life", she added. "I am not running for anything except the impeachment of Trump".

Paula Faris brought up The Washington Post publishing transcripts of the president's phone conversations with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Friday, asking the California congresswoman if she was "disturbed" by the leaks. I may not like it, but I feel this: "what you don't want to hear, don't listen to it... but when you start to talk about limiting voices and opinions, I think that's unsafe in a democracy".

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