US Congresswoman tells crowd 'we're going to impeach motherf*****' Donald Trump

US Congresswoman tells crowd 'we're going to impeach motherf*****' Donald Trump

US Congresswoman tells crowd 'we're going to impeach motherf*****' Donald Trump

According to CNN, she is the first Palestinian-American ever elected to U.S. Congress.

Vice President Mike Pence, who subscribes to the Christian faith, swore in Tlaib and sent online racists and ring-wingers into a tizzy.

Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) ran from reporters on Friday who sought comment from her about vulgar remarks she made at a bar on her first day in Congress where she called President Donald Trump a "motherf***er" and said Democrats were going to impeach him.

"When your son looks at you and says, 'Momma, look!"

Tlaib, Sarsour and others in attendance outside her office were wearing a thobe, a traditional Palestinian robe. "Bullies don't win.' I said, 'Baby, they don't, because we're going to go in there and we're going to impeach the motherfucker, '" she said to raucous applause. Sherman and Green pushed to impeach Trump in 2017 and 2018, but the Republican-majority House blocked those resolutions twice.

'President Donald Trump is a direct and serious threat to our country, ' she wrote.

In this file photo taken on January 3, 2019, US House Representative Rashida Tlaib participates in a ceremonial swearing-in at the start of the 116th Congress at the US Capitol in Washington, DC.

"People love you and you win".

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Tlaib talks trash

In an essay for Elle published on Thursday, Tlaib wrote that she chose to wear a thobe to bring "an unapologetic display of the fabric of the people in this country".

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But Tlaib and her classmates have been celebrated in magazine profiles for their independence and their promises to stand up to the powers that be.

Newly-elected speaker, Nancy Pelosi, took a diplomatic line, telling MSNBC that she would not have used the profane word herself - "I probably have a generational reaction to it", she said - but added that she wasn't in "the censorship business" and had heard worse language from Trump.

Democrats spent the past year downplaying impeachment, fearing that it would rally Republicans to Trump's side and knowing that the politics of following through will be dicey even in their best-case scenario. "I like that it's kind of pushing against the stereotype that somehow we're new to this country".

Tlaib, who is an attorney and former state legislator, said this is not about Trump but about all of us. "We knew they couldn't help themselves". We have to get the facts.

A lawmaker calling for Trump's impeachment is nothing new.


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