15th District Congresswoman Mary Miller says she will oppose any articles to impeach President Trump and prays for the immediate peace we need.
Miller says what this country desperately needs now is unity and healing. She feels impeaching the President with just eight days left in his term will only divide us further. She feels each passing day spent on the impeachment articles is an opportunity lost to work on the priorities of our American families.
Miller, in her statement, also denounced the violence that occurred in the Capitol last week. She said it was a very sad day in our nation.
Miller is also praising Trump. She says he will leave behind a legacy filled with remarkable achievements, including the protection of the unborn, creation of the world’s greatest economy, the restoration of American manufacturing, historic deregulation, secure borders, the negotiation of fair and balanced trade deals along with promoting peace around the world.
One Republican Illinois Congressman, Adam Kinzinger, is among at least three Republicans who have announced they will join House Democrats and vote to impeach the President.
In explaining his decision Tuesday, Kinzinger said the president’s role in inciting a deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol warranted his removal from the White House.