President Donald Trump on Wednesday vowed to fight any effort by congressional Democrats to impeach him after Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia inquiry, promising to take the matter to the Supreme Court even though the U.S. Constitution gives Congress complete authority over the impeachment process.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday pushed back against any possible impeachment efforts by congressional Democrats, promising to take the fight to the Supreme Court, even though Congress has the constitutional power to impeach.
The president took to Twitter, saying, "If the partisan Dems ever tried to Impeach, I would first head to the U.S. Supreme Court." It's unknown how that would happen though.
The U.S. Constitution states Congress has the "sole power" of impeachment.
The tweet comes as Democrats debate how to move forward after special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe findings were released last week.
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