NYC PUBLIC ADVOCATE WILLIAMS SUPPORTS IMPEACHMENT DENOUNCES TRUMP’S “TYRANNICAL CONDUCT”

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[Trump Impeachment\NYC Public Advocate]
Public Advocate Williams: "This President, who has abused his privilege, his office, and his people since he first took office, is now finally facing Constitutional consequence for one of his egregious acts...The world and history are watching."
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Yesterday, New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams released a statement regarding the impeachment of Donald Trump.

"The gravity of the impeachment today is matched only by its clear necessity. This President, who has abused his privilege, his office, and his people since he first took office, is now finally facing Constitutional consequence for one of his egregious acts. He deserved it, and his conduct demanded it. There has perhaps never been a more clear, public case for action - I thank those in the House of Representatives who voted to impeach, and the activists across the country who brought us to this point of accountability.

"While it is widely believed that the Republican Senate will not ultimately vote to remove the President, that does not mean a potential acquittal is right, nor does it mean that we can allow tolerance of the President's conduct as normal or the Republican Senate's cowardice as an acceptable inevitability. The world and history are watching as partisan thought allows legislators to put the politics of incumbency protection over the realities of Donald Trump's tyrannical conduct.

"I implore Senators to do what is just, to hold a full trial and render justice through removal. I'm not holding my breath, but along with people across our city and nation, I will work to hold them accountable."

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