A billionaire took his fight to impeach President Donald Trump to Lansing Monday--this time, with a slightly new message.
The goal is to elect enough people to national office across the US that are willing to impeach Trump that the president can be removed from office.
Steyer says he launched the new campaign from Lansing because –
“It’s a swing district in a swing state. With Michigan State and Grand Valley? Oh my goodness. This is where it’s happening in the United States of America."
Steyer says their campaign has 5.5 million members. Critics of the movement say it’s a distraction that could end up energizing Trump voters.
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