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Factbox: Which House Democrats want to impeach Trump?

(Reuters) - Eighty-nine Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives as of late last week have said they support starting impeachment investigations against Republican President Donald Trump. The word Impeachment as it is written in Article II of the U.S. Constitution, on display in the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom at the National Archives Museum in Washington, U.S., June 24, 2019. REUTERS/Jonathan ErnstWith congressional testimony set for Wednesday by former U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who investigated Trump and the Russians who interfered in the 2016 presidential election to help him, more than a third of the 235-member Democratic caucus in the House now favors initiating an impeachment probe. The following are the House Democrats who have expressed public support for starting impeachment investigations:Ann Kirkpatrick, ArizonaRal Grijalva, ArizonaGreg Stanton, ArizonaRuben Gallego, ArizonaAlan Lowenthal, CaliforniaBarbara Lee, CaliforniaEric Swalwell, CaliforniaGrace Napolitano, CaliforniaJackie Speier, CaliforniaJared Huffman, CaliforniaJimmy Gomez, CaliforniaJuan Vargas, CaliforniaLucille Roybal-Allard, CaliforniaMark DeSaulnier, CaliforniaMaxine Waters, CaliforniaNanette Barragn, CaliforniaNorma Torres, CaliforniaTed Lieu, CaliforniaTony Crdenas, CaliforniaKatie Porter, CaliforniaHarley Rouda, CaliforniaScott Peters, CaliforniaDoris Matsui, CaliforniaDiana DeGette, ColoradoJoe Neguse, ColoradoJim Himes, ConnecticutVal Demings, FloridaDebbie Mucarsel-Powell, FloridaDanny K. Davis, IllinoisJan Schakowsky, IllinoisJess Garca, IllinoisRobin Kelly, IllinoisBobby Rush, IllinoisMike Quigley, IllinoisSean Casten, IllinoisCedric Richmond, LouisianaAyanna Pressley, MassachusettsJim McGovern, MassachusettsJoseph Kennedy, MassachusettsSeth Moulton, MassachusettsJamie Raskin, MarylandChellie Pingree, MaineAndy Levin, MichiganBrenda Lawrence, MichiganDaniel Kildee, MichiganRashida Tlaib, MichiganBetty McCollum, MinnesotaIlhan Omar, MinnesotaWilliam Lacy Clay, MissouriBennie Thompson, MississippiBill Pascrell, New JerseyBonnie Watson Coleman, New JerseyDonald Norcross, New JerseyTom Malinowski, New JerseyAdriano Espaillat, New YorkAlexandria Ocasio-Cortez, New YorkCarolyn Maloney, New YorkNydia Velzquez, New YorkPaul Tonko, New YorkYvette Clarke, New YorkKathleen Rice, New YorkBrian Higgins, New YorkAlma Adams, North CarolinaG.K. Butterfield, North CarolinaJoyce Beatty, OhioTim Ryan, OhioMarcia Fudge, OhioEarl Blumenauer, OregonSuzanne Bonamici, OregonBrendan Boyle, PennsylvaniaDwight Evans, PennsylvaniaMadeleine Dean, PennsylvaniaMary Gay Scanlon, PennsylvaniaMike Doyle, PennsylvaniaDavid Cicilline, Rhode IslandSteve Cohen, TennesseeAl Green, TexasFilemon Vela, TexasJoaquin Castro, TexasLloyd Doggett, TexasVeronica Escobar, TexasPeter Welch, VermontDon Beyer, VirginiaPramila Jayapal, WashingtonRick Larsen, WashingtonSlideshow (4 Images)Adam Smith, WashingtonGwen Moore, WisconsinMark Pocan, Wisconsin

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