17 words Republicans want the House Judiciary to stop using in reference to Donald Trump

Narjas Zatat@Narjas_Zatat
Tuesday 11 June 2019 14:45

House Republicans have demanded that the House Judiciary stop using certain words and phrases to describe president Donald Trump and his alleged behaviour.

Democrat congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon shared a long list of words that Republicans don’t like, including “crook” and “racist.”

Here they are:

  • 1. Abuse of Executive Privilege
  • 2. Abuse of office
  • 3. Abuse of power
  • 4. Alleged criminal conduct
  • 5. Beneath the dignity of the office
  • 6. Crook
  • 7. Racist
  • 8. Sexual predator
  • 9. Con man
  • 10. Corruption
  • 11. Demagogue
  • 12. Draft Dodger
  • 13. Fundraising abuses
  • 14. Misogynist
  • 15. Obstruction of justice
  • 16. Un-American
  • 17. Unethical behaviour

People online are, uh...amused


Others said the Republican party aren't "in any position to demand anything"

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez summed it up pretty perfectly

House Democrats are picking over the Mueller’s report’s obstruction of justice evidence against Donald Trump as the party continues to weigh up launching impeachment proceedings against the president.

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