House Democrats, who are already scratching to initiate an inquiry against the president, increased the pressure on their leadership to punish him in response to a series of tweets and comments on four minority males.
Democrats Monday at a closed door meeting urged in support of a censorship resolution against Trump to urge four freshman liberals to "go back and help rectify the completely broken and criminal infected places from which they came. Come back and show us how it is done. "
Trump tweeted the comments on the Democratic republics. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in New York, Rashida Tlaib in Michigan, Ilhan Omar in Minnesota and Ayanna Pressley in Massachusetts.
The four held a press conference on Monday and urged democratic leaders to launch an inquiry into the president.
"It's time to stop letting the president make a twilight from our constitution," Omar said on Monday. "It's time for us to try this president."
Pelosi, who does not support initiating an inquiry inquiry or called for a censorship resolution, attempted to extinguish the assembly press on Monday with an announcement that Parliament would vote for a resolution condemning Trump's tweet.
"The house cannot allow the president's characterization of immigrants to our country to stand," she said in a letter to other Democrats who announced the forthcoming resolution.