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Here's How Conservative Pundits Are Responding To Amash's Desire For Trump's Impeachment

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Conservatives appeared to be rather surprised that Congressman Justin Amash (R-MI) said President Donald Trump's actions regarding alleged Russia collusion and interference were "impeachable" offenses. 

Both Trump and the RNC hit back at Amash, saying he's repeating the same old Democratic talking points.

Conservative pundits, however, seemed to have mixed reaction to Amash's take on the situation. One thing that seemed to bother most of them was the lack of evidence despite his so-called "analysis" of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report.

President Trump's team, however, was quick to remind voters of Amash's record, especially on issues that shouldn't have been controversial:

The reason Attorney General William Barr had the majority of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report released is simple: he wanted people to be able to come to their own conclusion about what did or did not take place. Although Amash is breaking from Republicans and saying Trump's actions are impeachable, he has that right to feel that way. The majority of Republicans, however, don't feel that way. And in order for impeachment proceedings to move forward, the majority of the Senate needs to agree with him. That doesn't appear to be happening any time soon.

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