REP. WALTER JONES (R-NC): I am one that believes sincerely that the Constitution says that when a president, be it a Republican or a Democrat, when a president exceeds his authority and you can't stop the president from exceeding his authority then we do have what's called impeachment. You can thank Alexander Hamilton. He felt that the Congress needed to use this process to get the attention of a president. And if the president had lost the public trust then move forward in that area. A lot of people -- you know, we recently had a vote to go to federal courts. I did not vote for that, Mike. I was one of five.
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