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"President's conduct is outrageous" - Harris

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'President's conduct is outrageous' - Harris

"President's conduct is outrageous" - Harris

Senator Kamala Harris said Friday night during a campaign stop in Seattle Washington that she believes President Trump will have "his comeuppance." Rough Cut (no reporter narration)

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"President's conduct is outrageous" - Harris

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Senator Kamala Harris told reporters Friday night in Seatlle, ""The president's conduct is outrageous and is rightly the subject of an impeachment proceeding and he needs to be impeached." The Democratic presidentical candidate added, "Donald Trump has consistently told us who he is.

Maya Angelou had this wonderful saying, she said 'When people tell you who they are, listen the first time.'

He told us back in his campaign if I shoot someone on 5th avenue people will overlook that.

And that's basically what the has done over, and over, and over again.

Which is violate the ethical duties and responsibilities and the integrity of the office of president and he thinks he can get away with it.

He's been selling the American people out.

Finally I believe he's going to have his comeuppance as it relates to all of those behaviors including most recently the revelation about his willingness to use the office of the president to engage a foreign leader in inviting that foreign leader to interfere with who will win the election." President Donald Trump told two Russian officials in a 2017 meeting that he was not concerned about Moscow's meddling in the U.S. election, which prompted White House officials to limit access to the remarks, the Washington Post reported on Friday.

A summary of Trump's Oval Office meeting with Russia's foreign minister and its ambassador to the U.S. was limited to a few officials in an attempt to keep the president's comments from being disclosed publicly, the Post said, citing former officials with knowledge of the matter.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Reuters.

A whistleblower complaint about a July phone call in which Trump urged Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to investigate Democratic political rival Joe Biden is at the heart of the U.S. House of Representatives impeachment inquiry launched this week.

A member of the U.S. intelligence community who filed the complaint against Trump said notes from other conversations the president had with foreign leaders had been placed on a highly classified computer system in a departure from normal practice in a bid to protect information that was politically sensitive, rather than sensitive for national security reasons.




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