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USA: Could this nightmare be brought to an end? Trump impeachment: Cincinnatians gather for Tom Steyer-led town hall - by Scott Wartman

California billionaire Tom Steyer's brought his quest to impeach President Trump to Cincinnati.

Steyer inveighed against the president before a crowd of about 100 people in a small room of the Clifton Cultural Arts Center.

"On a daily basis, there's a series of events that proves Trump is both lawless and dangerous to our Democracy and American people," Steyer said.

The Cincinnati event felt more like a literary discussion than a rally. No bullhorns or chants. Instead, Steyer, in blue fleece and sportcoat, laid his case out to the sympathetic audience. He then answered questions for more than an hour.

Many in the crowd felt the stakes were high and feared Trump could start World War III.

"I think he's dangerous," said Mundy May, of Covington. "I think he's going to end up getting us into a nuclear war, because of the way he talks to people."

Trump's style and ego seemed to be one of the biggest concerns among the crowd.

"He'd end the world just so he wouldn't have to look bad," said Mel Shuller of Montgomery.

Note EU-Digest: Tom STEYER  is the former hedge fund manager turned progressive environmental activist worth an estimated $1.6 billion, was Robert Rubin's protege at Goldman Sachs before becoming one of the Democratic Party's most generous donors and activists. 

Steyer  kicked off a 30-city tour in Columbus to make a case for impeaching Trump.

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