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Democrat Congresswoman Tells Cheering Crowd: 'I’d Like To Impeach the B*stard Right Now'

Rep. Dina Titus (D-NV) voiced her strong enthusiasm to get President Trump out of office through impeachment while speaking at the "First In The West" conference on Sunday.

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"We know we have a lot to do in 2020," Titus said. "You have heard me say how many times 'This is the most important election in your lifetime.' Well this time I really, really, really mean it because it is the heart and soul of our nation are on the ballot."

Calling Trump a "con artist," Titus said, "You know frankly, I think the House is gonna do it and I'd like to impeach the b*stard right now, but you know...but we're not sure what the Senate is going to do so it's up to use to take him out in November."

On Twitter, Titus thanked the 14 presidential candidates who attended the meeting because, "They know what we know—the road to the White House runs through Nevada. Trump, we’re coming for you!"

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While many Democrats are itching to vote to impeach Trump over his phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, some who won districts in the 2018 midterms that went to Trump the 2016 election have voiced some concern about it, according to one Democrat.

"So I don’t know how other folks will vote because in all honesty, originally, I thought there was going to be a few more, not that it matters to me if I'm 1 of 101. I do what I believe is right," Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D-NJ) told Fox Business on Sunday. "But there is some discussion among some of them quietly, privately of concern, certainly. I mean, what I’m hearing in the street with most people is they're tired, they're kind of worn out, they're bored and they really want to move on."

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