Rep. Adam Schiff: If Trump is willing to flout the law, he's making a powerful case for impeachment
When asked whether President Trump's refusal to comply with Congress could become a impeachable offense, Rep. Adam Schiff said such behavior would make a powerful case for an impeachment proceeding. "I will tell you that if there's anything that's going to get me there, it's the fact that the President contravenes the constitutional requirement of oversight, compliance with oversight."
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