REPORT: Impeachment 2.0? Democrats line up possible new charges against Trump

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Democrats already have lined up possible charges if they choose to pursue impeachment 2.0.

Still pending is a wide-open probe launched by Rep. Adam B. Schiff, California Democrat. Mr. Schiff has been investigating President Trump, his family and businesses, the Trump Organization, over the congressman’s suspicions of blackmail, money laundering and bribery.

The article goes on to state the following:

Republican staffers say the inquiry was put on hold last fall pending the Ukraine impeachment proceedings led by Mr. Schiff. But there is no sign Mr. Schiff has given up trying to prove Mr. Trump is corrupt, and if the president is impeached again, the charges would likely come from this probe, informed sources said.

REPORT: Hillary Clinton rages against Trump in series of Twitter posts

The Washington Times reported that Schiff “announced an anti-Trump staff investigation on Feb. 6, 2019, upon taking control of the committee. Some of his allegations mirror claims pushed by opposition research firm Fusion GPS and its co-founder Glenn Simpson — organizers of the discredited Democratic Party-funded dossier spread all over Washington.”

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Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) tweeted a link to the report, warning, “Second impeachment could be on horizon for Donald Trump.”

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