Congressman green stated that he would submit a resolution of impeachment trump the words of the President of the United States of “dirty holes”

Trump claims that he did not say the phrase “dirty holes”

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A member of the Congress of the United States Democratic party al green is going back to vote on the resolution on impeachment of the President of the United States of Donald trump in connection with his probable statement about the countries from which the United States migrants come. This is the green wrote on Twitter.

According to the Washington Post, January 11, trump discussed with the congressmen a bipartisan agreement on the protection of migrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries. “Why are all these people out of dirty holes come here?” – quoted the President’s reaction to the newspaper’s sources.

Trump himself denied this information.

“Condemnation by members of Congress racist bigotry is not enough. In Congress the talk is cheap, it is important only how we vote. Next week I again put to the vote the resolution on the impeachment of trump,” wrote green on January 12.

Congressional condemnation of racist bigotry is not enough. In Congress, talk is cheap-it’s how we vote that counts. Next week, I will again bring a resolution to impeach @realDonaldTrump. I will put my vote where my mouth is. #RepealandReplaceTrump

— Congressman Al Green (@RepAlGreen) 12 Jan 2018

January 12, the representative of the office of the UN high Commissioner for human rights Rupert Colville said that trump’s words about the countries from which migrants come, if they really were told, are racist, shocking and shameful.

November 15, 2017, on the initiative of impeachment announced the members of the house of representatives, Democratic party Steve Cohen, Luis Gutierrez, al green, Adriano Espaillat, Marcia Fudge, and John Yarmouth, but the US Congress blocked the resolution.

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