Rep Maxine Waters (D-CA) has been getting quite a bit of attention lately for her strong opposition to President Trump and frequent calls for his impeachment. She called President Trump “the worst” president she’s ever seen in a recent interview with “The Breakfast Club” saying he “believes in nothing.”
"I think he believes in nothing," Waters said. "I think that he cares about nothing. I think that he's capable of doing outrageous things."
"I believe it is possible to impeach him,” she said. “How long is it going to take? I don't know, but I give it to about December."
The interviewer then reminded her that the vice president would then become president.
“Could be and we’ll get him next,” she replied.
She called Trump a “a deplorable human being” who “mimicked and mocked a disabled journalist, talked about grabbing women by their private parts, stalked Hillary Clinton.”
Her stalking comment is likely in reference to the way then-candidate Trump worked the stage during an October presidential debate.
Waters said he should be impeached not only because of “the way he conducted himself during the campaign" but because "we learned a lot about his allies and his associates who had ties to Russia and to the Ukraine and to oil and so I knew that this was someone who had been involved with collusion with the Russians in undermining our democracy.”
This is nothing new for Rep. Waters who was honored Saturday evening at BET’s “Black Girls Rock!” celebration.
Waters thanked her peers, saying that if it wasn’t for the "love and respect" shown to her by black women, her Republican counterparts would "have me believe I’m too black, I’m too confrontational, that I’m too disrespectful of them."
“Not only will we resist you, we will impeach you, Donald Trump” she said to a cheering crowd.
Waters called Trump a “disgusting, poor excuse of a man” and slammed his Cabinet as “ill-prepared, right-wing billionaires” at an Emily's List gala in May.