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George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley warned Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) that he is playing a "dangerous game" by trying to impeach President Trump because he disagrees with him.

Green said he is issuing an impeachment resolution next week "to defend any son who is called the son of a dog because he engaged in peaceful protests."

Trump hurled an epithet at national anthem kneelers while stumping for Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.) this week.

"Well [the Constitution] doesn't say that, that's for sure," Turley said when asked whether there are grounds for Green's reasoning.

"This is a very dangerous concept the congressman is advancing," he said, adding that the founding fathers made sure that we won't have "impulse-by-impeachment."

He said that impeaching a president over spoken word that is disagreeable would create "considerable instability."

"If you only have a hammer, every problem you have seems like a nail," Turley said of anti-Trump Democrats.

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