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Maxine Waters Won't Rule Out All-Black Party

Maxine Waters Won't Rule Out All-Black Party

During a recent appearance on MSNBC's Morning Joe, House Representative Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) borrowed from Hillary Clinton and labeled President Donald Trump as "the most deplorable person" she has met in her life.

"When you have people who are willing to challenge the establishment that is potentially unsafe for the establishment so no, I don't believe in censorship", she continued.

Waters is known for her candid and direct remarks, recently saying that she is working to "impeach" the president and proudly proclaiming that she's "a strong Black woman" in a broadcast interview, and she brought the same fiery soundbites to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center as she received her "social humanitarian" honor. "I am so glad they're telling us what's going on".

"Not every president would be treated this way", Waters said.

When Waters claimed that this showed that people in the White House don't believe in the president and that Mexico was actually happy the transcript of the call came out, co-host Jedediah Bila countered that if this can happen to Trump, it means it can happen to another president.

The View co-host Jedediah Bila raised the issue that the White House leaks could damage USA relations with other countries and ruin confidence in the confidentiality of correspondence with the White House.

That's what the Democrat from California told the hosts of ABC's "The View" during an interview on Friday. "They're undermining him because they want to see him stopped". She further challenged Republicans, who she believes are "frightened" and "don't know what to do" in regards to Trump, not to stand by and watch Trump destroy American democracy by colluding with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

"Unfortunately, this is his problem", she said of Trump.

"That's simply a rumor, everybody!" she said, adding, with a big smile: "I am not running for anything except the impeachment of Trump!"

"How long is it going to take, I don't know", she said.