President Trump used the remarks made against him by the representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Sunday evening after his speech about the "increasing calls" to remove him.
The congressman was speaking at ABC's "This Week," saying Democrats were facing the "real risk of losing the presidency to Donald Trump."
Quoting on Twitter, the president said: "I agree, and that's the only reason they play the impeach card, which can not be used legally!"
Ocasio-Cortez had raised the possibility of indictment at the same interview with ABC: "I think every day that the pressure for impeach grows and I think it's justifiable."
"Now that the president says he's ready to break the law to be re-elected, it transcends partisanship," New York legislator added, referring to Trump's comments in an interview with ABC. News about campaign information from foreign powers.
"This transcends party boundaries and is now about the rule of law," Ocasio-Cortez said. "Consider this president (for), it's to hold the government accountable."