House Democrat says his Trump censure resolution is for sake of 'posterity and history'

House Democrat says his Trump censure resolution is for sake of 'posterity and history'


Georgia Democratic Rep. Hank Johnson says his resolution to censure President Trump in the last 16 days of his presidency is “for the sake of posterity and history.”

A number of House Democrats already signed on to a censure resolution drafted by Johnson, stemming from Trump’s Saturday phone call urging Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to find votes in his favor.

“The point is, for the sake of posterity and history, that we express our displeasure at President Trump’s actions, his second perfect phone call, he’s trying to influence an election, the first one for himself, was through foreign interference,” Johnson told the Washington Examiner, referencing Trump’s July 25, 2019 call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that House Democrats investigated and impeached him over.

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“This [phone call] one through overturning the results of a domestic election that he lost, and he, in the process of that second call, just like the first call, he violated federal

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