Former Sen. Barbara Boxer demands Congress pursue 'impeachment or censure or both'
Former Sen. Barbara Boxer (Image credit: MSNBC)

On Friday's edition of MSNBC's "All In," former Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) laid into President Donald Trump's administration for trying to stonewall House investigations into the actions of the president and his inner circle.

"What we are seeing is obstruction of Congress," said Boxer. "I have never seen anything like that. They can't get documents, they are going to fight every subpoena, Trump is. I have never seen it before."

"It goes not only to the Mueller investigation, but Trump surrounded himself with people who are toadies," said Boxer. "They are not acting on behalf of this nation. We are at a moment in time that I have never seen, and I have been around a while."

"It is critical that there be investigations and let them go where they go," Boxer continued. "I agree, is impeachment risky politically? I understand that. I won a lot of elections and lost one and know what it takes to win and it's hard, but this is a constitutional responsibility and if Trump continues to obstruct Congress in its important constitutional duties, that's another reason to go down the road of impeachment or censure or both, frankly."

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