BOSTON (CBS) – All 11 members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation have been calling for President Trump’s removal for the last week. Wednesday, representatives were part of the vote to impeach him. “If he’s too dangerous to stay on Twitter, he’s certainly too dangerous to have our nuclear codes,” said Rep. Lori Trahan (D-MA).
[Twitter caption - @RepKClark: On January 6, Donald Trump's years of craven despotism resulted in a violent attack on America. The insurrection was incited by his months-long lie about the integrity of the 2020 election, a lie further inflamed by Members of Congress. My statement on today's #impeachment vote:]
...Rep. Katherine Clark said it would still be meaningful, even if the process goes beyond Inauguration Day. “This impeachment is about making our mark on history — that we will not tolerate, and we will hold accountable.”
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