Maxine Waters doesn’t need to wait for a trial — she knows President Trump is guilty and should be removed from office.

Saying the House can “walk and chew gum at the same time,” the California Congresswoman told MSNBC the lower chamber should begin impeachment proceedings when Democrats take control in January.

“At what point do you think impeachment proceedings should begin?” Waters was asked.

“I do believe that the Congress of the United States of America has not assumed their responsibility that’s given to us by the Constitution of the United States by way of impeachment,” Waters said.

“This president, in my estimation, has done everything possible to certainly be eligible for impeachment,” she continued.

“And so I really do think that it should be started. I think there have been a few attempts certainly that did not win support because the Republicans were in charge of both houses, but now I do believe impeachment should begin,” Waters told MSNBC.

“I know there are a lot of people who do not agree with me, and there are some who say it would be too disruptive, we’ve got too many other things to do. I’ve said over and over again, we can walk and we can chew gum at the same time,” she vowed.

“We can be about the business of health care. We can be about the business of infrastructure. We can be about the business of setting this country on the right course to undo many of the things that this administration has done to literally undermine the very people that they are supposed to represent,” Waters said.

“And so I think we can do it all,” she said.

“The president is a criminal,” Waters declared, deciding Trump’s work prior to becoming president with his attorney constitutes an impeachable offense.

“This criminal must be brought up by the Congress of the United States for impeachment, and if we don’t do it, we’re derelicts in our duty,” Waters said.

She said impeachment is necessary for “protecting our democracy.”