Billionaire progressive activist Tom Steyer has announced that he plans to spend at least $30 million of his own money to end Republican control of the House of Representatives, according to the Washington Post. "Young voters are energized like never before, and have the power to make the difference in 2018", said Steyer, the president of the group NextGen America.
Steyer said he now aims to expand the impeachment campaign into a vehicle for "an unprecedented engagement effort" with young American voters in order to help bring about a wave election in November that ousts dozens of Republicans from office.
"He's running. He's been running", Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.) told Politico in late 2016 during a conversation about Steyer's spending on voter registration efforts. Dianne Feinstein for her seat later this year.
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He says Republicans are unwilling to cross the president.
"I look forward to his continued activism in the months ahead as we campaign to take back both chambers of Congress to protect the nation from the unsafe Trump agenda", she said.
An American billionaire said Monday he was redoubling his campaign to remove President Donald Trump from office and will plow $30 million into Democrats' efforts to regain control of Congress. "This tide will wash away the stain of the Trump administration and it will not recede until America lives up to its founding creed", Steyer said.
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The environmentalist is one of the wealthiest Democratic donors in politics - he spent more than $91 million during the 2016 campaign, including donations to candidates, super PACs and NextGen America.
More than 4 million people have signed Steyer's impeachment petition, which he called a "digital army" that will be mobilized to engage with members of Congress, including Democrats, who have not committed to impeaching Trump.
His ultimate goal is to have Trump removed from office. "We will vote to protect what truly makes this country great", he said.
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When asked if he would support Oprah, Steyer said his focus is on the midterms. "We believe this is a false choice - the fact is the two are fundamentally intertwined".