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Axelrod: Steyer's Impeachment Ads Seem Like More of a 'Vanity Project'

Axelrod: Steyer's Impeachment Ads Seem Like More of a 'Vanity Project'
Tom Steyer speaks  October 24, 2017at a rally and press conference calling on U.S. Congress to initiate impeachment proceedings for U.S. president Donald Trump. Steyer has launched his own $10 million campaign calling on the impeachment of the president. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

By    |   Saturday, 11 November 2017 09:44 PM

Democratic billionaire Tom Steyer’s ads calling for President Donald Trump’s impeachment seem like more of a “vanity project than a call to action,” former top Obama adviser David Axelrod tweeted Saturday.

Steyer on Thursday said he was adding $10 million to his national TV ad campaign, “Need to Impeach,” and said he would fund two new ads as well. Steyer has already spent $20 million on the campaign. He responded to Axelrod on Twitter, saying 78 percent of Democratic primary voters support Trump’s impeachment.

“Trump is a clear & present danger,” he said in another tweet. “He has passed the impeachment standard. No fear.”

Trump has responded to the ad calling Steyer “wacky & totally unhinged” and commenting that he “never wins elections.”

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Democratic billionaire Tom Steyer's ads calling for President Donald Trump's impeachment seem like more of a "vanity project than a call to action," former top Obama adviser David Axelrod tweeted Saturday.
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