Now that 2017 has come to an end, the Democrats are looking to the 2018 midterm elections to make some serious changes in Washington. In fact, well-known billionaire Tom Steyer is renewing his efforts to remove President Trump from office in 2018. Steyer told reporters that he is trying to convince Democrats that special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia was simply not enough. Steyer explained: “It is an open-and-shut case, that he has met the criteria for impeachment. We’re supportive of the Mueller investigation, but he is investigating two out of the nine criteria that this president has met.” Steyer, who has poured millions of dollars into his effort to impeach Trump, claims Trump is a “dangerously unfit president.” Steyer also warned that his impeachment process should not take place “behind closed doors.” The billionaire donor made his case by claiming: “The people of the United States need to understand that something really wrong has taken place. This can’t happen in a vacuum, behind closed doors. It’s a process that we’ve begun, that is important to begin because it is urgent, and it’s bringing in the American people saying ‘take a look, this is dangerous and urgent.'”
Earlier this year, Steyer was asked by CNN if he would ever consider a 2018 primary challenge against Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA). But Steyer dodged the question at the time by saying: “Well, I haven’t said I’m running. What I said is I haven’t ruled it out. I don’t need to rule it out and I can have time to think about it.” Should Steyer challenge Sen. Feinstein in the 2018 primary? What’s more, do you think Steyer will be successful in his effort to impeach Trump? He sure does makes some brilliant points.