Former Vice President Joe Biden urges Congress to impeach President Trump if the White House continues to dissolve the White House on the stone wall, including questions about reports that Trump asked the Ukrainian president to investigate Biden and his son Hunter
"I can take political attacks. They will come and go and will be forgotten in time. But if we allow the president to get away with breaking the United States constitution, it will go on forever, "Biden said in a brief note Tuesday afternoon in Wilmington, Del.
Biden, who only spoke for a few minutes and left without asking questions, said that if Trump did not comply with Congress, he would be forced to begin impeachment. Biden said it would be "a tragedy, but a tragedy for Trump's own production."
Biden's remark does not respond to the impeachment request to begin now. Congress has many parallel investigations into Trump, his administration, his campaign and his private business. The White House has opposed calls for evidence and documents.
The news of Trump's conversation with the Ukrainian president prompted an influx of congressional Democrats who were on the imprisonment bar to come out in favor of starting the process.  Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) On Wednesday offered his most detailed remarks on Presidential Trump Trump, urging House Democrats to launch an impeachment inquiry, but did not stop saying whether he would vote to condemn the president in the Senate.
"It seems we have a president who could have incredibly used security tools – tools designed to protect the security of the people of the United States – as a means of gaining political dirt on an adversary," Sanders said at a campaign stop in Davenport, Iowa.
But Sanders also had warnings to congressional leaders, urging House Democrats to go ahead with specific investigations and warned against launching an investigation by accident.
"You can't do them a drink without investigation, "Sanders said." You don't just wake up one day and say, "Oh, by the way, I want to impeach the president."
Biden is mostly alone in the 2020 Democratic presidential field, not
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) was the first candidate in 2020 after the release of the investigation report of then-special counsel Robert S. Müller III.
"I called for an impeachment five months ago, the day after the Mueller report came out. Trump continues to commit crimes because he believes he is above the law. If Congress does not respond, it will be right. We need to start the impeachment procedure – now, "tweeted Warren on Tuesday.
South Bend, Mayor of India Pete Butigig, who is more cautious about impeachment, told MSNBC on Monday that Trump said he was worth it impeachment following recent reports from his conversation with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.
The signalman at the intelligence agency filed a complaint with his inspector, alleging that Trump made an inappropriate request to the Ukrainian president during a July telephone conversation with Trump. who stopped and military aid to Ukraine about a week before the call was alleged to have lifted Biden's role in pushing for the dismissal of the Attorney General in Ukraine in 2016 and offered Biden to do so on behalf of his son.
Hunter, who was sitting on the board of a Ukrainian gas company investigated by the prosecutor, but Biden's efforts to remove the prosecutor were linked to the Obama administration's belief that the prosecutor was ineffective at rooting out corruption in Ukraine.
Trump said on Tuesday that he had refused aid as a way to pressure other countries to contribute more to Ukraine. Earlier, he was alleged to have withheld funds for worries about corruption in the country.
Matt Wieser and Sean Sullivan contributed to this story.