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Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) declared that there will be a House vote to impeach President Donald Trump before Christmas.

On the House floor on Wednesday, Green called Trump the "chief inciter of racism, bigotry, hatred, xenophobia, sexism, ethnocentrism" and claimed that momentum for impeachment is building.

At least 16 House Democrats have discussed impeachment, and several Senate Democrats have floated the idea.

On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Mark Steyn said this is just another sign that many Democrats still haven't accepted the legitimacy of the Trump presidency.

He pointed out that a year after Trump's election victory, Democrats are still trying to attack him with the same "dumb labels," like "racism" and "bigotry" and "xenophobia."

Steyn said Democrats are living in an alternate reality if they think House Speaker Paul Ryan would move forward with impeachment proceedings.

"They've never accepted the legitimacy of this president a year on," Steyn said. "They never will. And this is their only way of keeping that going."

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