The New York Times: Who Supports an Impeachment Inquiry Against Trump?
More than 50 House Democrats now support an impeachment inquiry against President Donald J. Trump, according to a New York Times survey.
The Times is asking every representative for his or her position, starting with the Democrats, and will update this page with each response. Many House Democrats who do not currently support impeachment proceedings say investigations of Mr. Trump should continue. The White House has stonewalled these inquiries.
Congress was in recess this week, but some Democrats called for impeachment after the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, said that he could not clear Mr. Trump of obstruction of justice. Representative Justin Amash of Michigan is the lone House Republican to publicly conclude that Mr. Trump has “engaged in impeachable conduct.” Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with updated statements.
Where Democrats Stand So Far
62 do not support now or undecided
116 awaiting response