President Donald Trump’s impeachment just might happen thanks to efforts from a billionaire.  Tom Steyer who was once bidding to stand for President announced that he wouldn’t be running in 2020.

Steyer who started collecting his wealth through hedge funds belongs to the Bay Area of the state. In a press conference in Des Moines, Steyer announced that he would be putting effort in the “Need to Impeach” movement against President Donald Trump.

Ads for Need to Impeach movement have already started appearing on television which directs you to the website.

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More investment for Need to Impeach movement against President Trump

The billionaire had started the Need to Impeach movement in October 2017 with an investment of $40 million. He then added another $10 million last year to impeach Donald Trump from his presidency. It is alleged that it has 7 million supporters.

Steyer commented,

The main issue with the country is politics. The President currently has no sense of law. He is the person who is trying to erode the democrats and it is going to get worse.

Steyer further added that Trump’s impeachment would be the decider that whether America is strong enough to tackle any obstacle that lies in the way. America would be state of democratic i.e. Of the People, By the People and For the People.

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The billionaire founder of the Need to Impeach campaign Tom Steyer
Steyer is adamant to impeach President Trump by the move Credits: WIN MCNAMEE/GETTY IMAGES

Action Plan to impeach the President

This movement would be conducting conferences in town halls all around the country with a summit in DC and trying to convince people to support the movement to impeach Trump.

He is also putting efforts in districts of Democrats and other politicians who are in the committee that would be chaired for the investigation and removal of President Trump. Steyer also focuses on Republicans who are ready for re-election in 2020.

A summit would be conducted later this January in Washington, D.C.

Source: ABC7, Newsweek and National Post