Elected Democrats continue to hope harm visits President Trump.
During an appearance on MSNBC, Andrea Mitchell asked California Gov. Jerry Brown about the conflicting reports about the death toll during hurricanes last season in Puerto Rico.
“Well, the problem is, we never had a president who was engaged in this kind of behavior,” Brown said.
“I mean he’s not telling the truth. He keeps changing his mind. He’s sabotaging the world order in many respects.
“So it’s unprecedented, it’s dangerous, and hopefully this election is going to send a strong message to the country,” he said.
“The Democrats will win and then Trump — well, something’s got to happen to this guy, because if we don’t get rid of him, he’s going to undermine America and even the world.”
Last week, Maxine Waters told supporters of her plot to “knock off” Trump.
While accepting a “leadership” award from the National Newspaper Publishers Association, Waters denounced President Trump, prompting applause from the audience of media leaders.
“I want you, in whatever way that you do, to please allocate all of the front pages to the get-out-the-vote operations in our communities,” she told the group of predominately black-owned paper publishers.
“It is no secret … that I don’t like” Trump, she said, drawing laughs and cheers.
“I knew that this president should not be in the White House when I saw the way that he conducted himself in the primary campaign,” Waters said.
“No, I don’t like him,” she continued. “Yes, I have worked against him. No, I didn’t go to his inauguration. No, I didn’t go to his State of the Union. No, I do not go to the White House. No, I do not engage with him,” she said as the applause grew louder.
“All I want for him and about him is to be impeached and get him out of the White House!” she yelled, as the audience erupted.
She dismissed criticism that an ousted President Trump would lead to a President Pence.
“Knock off the first one, and then go after the second one,” she said.