A Democrat who challenges Trump's ability to lead America[/rtl]
[rtl]Editorial Date: 2017/10/11 23:46 • 30 times read[/rtl]
(AFP) - Texas Gov. Al Greene on Wednesday filed an allegation against US President Donald Trump that the commander-in-chief was "not fit" for service.
Green has submitted to the House of Representatives the papers on President Trump's "formal dismissal proceedings", which include, inter alia, charges of "undermining the integrity of his office and bringing dishonorable to the presidency", saying it was "unfit to be president and betraying the trust that the American people put in him."
Green said Trump, who has been in the White House since January, "feeds the extreme right-wing hate machine that is hurting the feelings of American society."
Although Greene's move is largely futile, he is the second Democratic deputy to make such charges against Trump, amid growing criticism from both parties for Trump's management.
Billionaire tycoon Tom Steyr, one of the Democratic Party's most prominent supporters, sent a letter to the Democrats earlier Wednesday calling for support for his bid to oust Trump.
Senior Republican Senator Bob Korker expressed strong doubts about Trump's stability and efficiency, saying that "the White House has become a social care home for the elderly."