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Trump Responds to 'Wacky' California Billionaire Tom Steyer's Ad Urging Impeachment

Steyer contends the president is pushing the U.S. toward a nuclear war, is obstructing justice at the FBI and threatening to shut down news organizations he doesn't like

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    Examining Video Released By Tom Steyer

    Video, with its claims that President Trump has brought us to the brink of nuclear war and obstructed justice, was released this weekend to encourage the impeachment of the president. NBC Bay Area Political Analyst Larry Gerston reports. (Published Monday, Oct. 23, 2017)

    President Donald Trump is responding to a California billionaire who has vowed to spend at least $10 million in advertising calling for the president's impeachment.

    Trump is using Twitter to call Tom Steyer "wacky & totally unhinged." He says Steyer "has been fighting me and my Make America Great Again agenda from the beginning," adding the billionaire environmentalist "never wins elections!"

    Steyer recently launched the advertising, which has been running on Fox News and other national outlets, arguing that Trump should be ousted from office. Steyer contends Trump is pushing the U.S. toward a nuclear war, is obstructing justice at the FBI and threatening to shut down news organizations he doesn't like.

    Steyer wants viewers to call their members of Congress and tell them to bring articles of impeachment.

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    President Donald Trump railed against immigration policies adopted by so-called sanctuary cities at a White House roundtable Wednesday, bemoaning a California law that restricts local and state cooperation with U.S. Customs and Enforcement agents and calling some immigrants "animals." White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders doubled down on the comments, saying the president's language was not tough enough. 

    (Published Thursday, May 17, 2018)