Democrat Congressman Collin Peterson doesn’t plan to vote to impeach President Trump because he “has not committed a crime.”
The Minnesota lawmaker told The Globe he expects at least four or five other Democrats will also vote against the move “unless they come up with something between now and Wednesday.”
“Maybe something will change,” he said, “I doubt it.”
Peterson pointed out the case Democrats have built to remove Trump from office is based on “second-hand” information and said most of his constituents have no problem with president withholding foreign aid.
The “biggest problem,” he explained, is Democrats decided to impeach Trump, “and now they’ve spent a year trying to figure out how they can make a case for it.
“That’s backwards,” Peterson said. “I just don’t agree with it.”
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