"This is my position. That's what I believe. That's what I stick to. The President should be subjected to impeachment," said green.

"For those who don't know, impeachment does not mean that the President is found guilty. It only means that the house of representatives will press charges against the President. It's almost like an indictment, but not exactly the same," explained the Congressman, warned on his Twitter page, which will call for impeachment.

"President trump not above the law. He committed the act, which provides for impeachment, and should be brought to justice," — reads the statement of al green.

At a press conference in Houston (Texas) Greene explained the need for the impeachment of publications on the causes of the resignation of the head of the FBI James Komi, which, according to The New York Times, happened after he refused to stop the investigation of contacts of former Advisor to trump on national security Michael Flynn with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak.

Green said that trump should be subject to impeachment for "obstruction of a lawful investigation" ties his presidential campaign with Russia, writes Time.

Green called perfect trump an act was an interference with a lawful investigation of Russian influence in the presidential elections of 2016. "The responsibility of the President, as we know from the Constitution — impeachment," said Greene.

The Chairman of the Committee of the house of representatives oversight and government reform Republican Jason Chaffetz asked Tuesday for the FBI to provide up to 24 may all documentation related to any kind of contacts between the President of the United States Donald trump and former head of the FBI James Komi.

Another reason for possible impeachment in the US called the trump discussion of classified information with the Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov last week. According to section 4 of amendment 25, the President may be removed from office if considered unable to "exercise the powers and perform the duties".

Although the amendment was developed in case of sickness or death, as in the cases of former presidents John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan, this definition can be extended to other situations in which the President is not able to perform their duties.

President trump, speaking Wednesday before the graduates of the Academy or coast guard of the United States in Connecticut, said that no politician in the country's history has not encountered such unfair treatment, as he, reports ABC News.

"Never give up, everything will be fine. Look how I was treated lately, especially in the media. Any politician in history, and I say this with confidence, not worse and more unjust," said the President.

He warned the graduates that in life they will encounter unfair things, which they don't deserve, and that in such cases it is necessary to fight. "You can't let them stop you, you can't allow your critics to stop your dream," counseled the graduates of trump. "Opponents will make you stronger. Don't give up, hang in there and don't stop doing what you think is right," said the American President.

American historian and political scientist Allan Lichtman, a specialist in social forecasting, over 30 years since the 1984 elections nine times in a row predicting the outcome in their system from 13 key factors and predicted including the victory of trump, predicted in September 2016 his impeachment with the support of the Republicans. He said, however, that this conclusion is based not on the system, but just on the "internal sense".