Tlaib circulates a letter among his colleagues who order the Judiciary Committee of the House "to ask if President Trump has committed impenetrable offenses".
"We have all vowed to protect our country, and that starts with ensuring that no one, including the President of the United States, acts above the law, and I urge you to recommend that the Committee The judiciary of the Chamber begins its hearings, takes depositions, and issues subpoenas to answer this fundamental question for the rule of law and the preservation of our democracy, "says the letter.
Tlaib's letter seems to place her in a confrontational position with some members of her party's base as well as Democratic leaders, who seem interested in moving on to other fights after the conclusion of the investigation. Special advocate Robert Mueller.
Tlaib also spoke briefly at Tuesday morning's caucus meeting, where she asked questions about the next steps of the investigation and mentioned her impeachment resolution, but the other members did not discuss it.
Tlaib's letter describes a checklist of areas she wants to see Democratic-led committees, since Trump or her companies violated the Clause on foreign emoluments to drop cash payments during the 2016 presidential campaign paid. by his former lawyer, Michael Cohen.
Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi made it clear that she did not want the majority of her party to continue the impeachment process at this stage. She notably told Washington Post magazine earlier this month, "I'm not for dismissal" and Trump "is just not worth it".
It is unclear who, if any, of his colleagues will sign, even though Tlaib is not the only Democratic legislator to advocate for impeachment. Tlaib asks co-sponsors to register before Wednesday noon.