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Maxine Waters: Trump 'Most Deplorable Person I've Met in My Life'

09 August 2017, 12:16 | Lowell Little

Maxine Waters won't run for president, will run to impeach Trump

Maxine Waters

Rep. Waters (D-Calif.) - or Auntie Maxine, as many call her - has been unapologetically against Donald Trump and all he stands for from the beginning of his presidency, often questioning his competence at his job.

Rep. Waters countered this, saying that "the leadership starts at the top" and that people in the White House are leaking Trump's conversations because they know that he lies and that they want Americans to know what's really happening. "It seems that I say things that they like!"

"No, not at this point", Waters said.

Waters joined "The Breakfast Club" radio show on Monday morning and was asked if it was time for black people to form their own political party.

She called Trump a "a deplorable human being" who "mimicked and mocked a disabled journalist, talked about grabbing women by their private parts, stalked Hillary Clinton".

Appearing in the comfortable surroundings of "The View", co-host "Joy-less" Behar was commiserating with Waters on removing Trump from office and brought up Vice President Mike Pence, the man who would replace the president.

"They are undermining him because they want to see him stop".

"We still are not voting our influence yet", she continued. Then before she could get another word out, a familiar voice was heard from the audience as Kilgore appeared to sing his gospel cover in person.

"That's simply a rumor, everybody!" she said, adding, with a big smile: "I am not running for anything except the impeachment of Trump!"

Ms. Faris countered that world leaders will be reluctant to speak with Mr. Trump if they know that anything they say may wind up in major USA newspapers.

The interview on "The View" was Waters' second TV appearance of the day.

When Faris pointed out that Trump's conversations with world leaders are "confidential", Waters insisted, "I need to hear these conversations".

"Trump was just so outrageous, so disrespectful, such a bully and risky for this country, I decided, 'You know what?"

"How long is it going to take, I don't know", she said.

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