Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) argued in a tweet Monday evening that the fact that President Donald Trump has been banned from social media should alone justify removing him from office.
Democrats plan to introduce articles of impeachment against Trump in the House of Representatives later this week for allegedly inciting the Capitol riot, though the Senate would not be able to hold a trial until Trump had already left office, which may be unconstitutional, according to some scholars.
Sanders, the “democratic socialist” from Vermont who was President-elect Donald Trump’s main rival in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, tweeted: “Let’s be clear. If Trump is too dangerous to send out a tweet or a Facebook post, he’s too dangerous to be commander-in-chief. Donald Trump must be removed from office immediately and held accountable for his horrific acts of sedition, violence and chaos.”
Let’s be clear. If Trump is too dangerous