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Former Democrat Vice President to Bill Clinton and presidential candidate Al Gore has weighed in on the Trump impeachment inquiry that House Dems just launched.
In an interview with The Week, Gore said, “My own view is that not seeking accountability for what appear to be credible allegations that crimes were committed —meaningful crimes – runs the risk of normalizing that behavior.”
It appears that all Democrats, no matter how irrelevant they’ve become, are trying to band together to take down Trump despite the Mueller investigation being a dead and done deal…brawn over brains?
You can watch the clip with Gore here:
News of Gore, who was the VP to one of the most truly corrupt presidents in American history, encouraging impeachment of Trump over "meaningful crimes" is not sitting well with patriots on Twitter.
Take a look at these replies:
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The Washington Examiner had the following to say about Al Gore's support of Trump impeachment:
Al Gore said he supports a congressional impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
Gore, who was vice president when President Bill Clinton was impeached, said Sunday on ABC’s This Week he believes criminal allegations against Trump are credible and supports House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler's continued investigations into the president.
“My own view is that not seeking accountability for what appear to be credible allegations that crimes were committed — meaningful crimes — runs the risk of normalizing that behavior,” Gore, 71, said.
Breitbart also said:
Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” former Vice President Al Gore said the impeachment of President Donald Trump might become necessary because it appears “credible allegations that crimes were committed.”
Gore said, “My own view is that not seeking accountability for what appear to be credible allegations that crimes were committed, meaningful crimes, runs the risk of normalizing that behavior."