CNN anchor Fredericka Whitfield and U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) discussed the "impeachment" of President Donald J. Trump on Saturday. The taboo subject of "impeachment" is merely whispered about these days on Capitol Hill, but Rep. Waters was loud and clear about the subject. But with the investigation of Trump and Russia intensifying, her talk is intensifying too in view of the links with Paul Manafort.

"A lot of people don’t want to talk about impeaching Trump — but I do," Rep. Waters told the CNN anchor. Rep. Waters said that Trump does not understand government and he is unwilling to learn.

She accused of not learning from mistakes and instead, gets up the next morning and tweets.

Donald Trump does not learn from his mistakes

She also charged he is not willing to learn and fails to learn from his mistakes. Instead, he gets up in the morning and starts tweeting. Waters told Whitfield that we need to know if there was collusion with the Russians and investigate the role played by Trump and his team into the "hacking into the DNC and the interference with our elections." She concluded if there is collusion proven, then "impeachment" is in order. “A lot of people don’t want to talk about that, but I do,” she said.

Maxine Waters lone voice in publicly calling for 'impeachment'

Not only has Rep.

Waters taken on the President of the United States in being one of the lone voices calling for "impeachment," but she has also swatted back at Fox News host Bill O'Reilly. Last week, she said on MSNBC 's 'All In with Chris Hayes' that she is a strong black woman and that she cannot be intimidated in reference to the controversial and embattled Fox news host.

She linked Bill O’Reilly with the former CEO of Fox News Roger Ailes, who have been sued by women for sexual harassment and using their power over women. She said that when women speak up, men do not like it in the workplace.

She linked Bill O’Reilly with the former CEO of Fox News Roger Ailes, who have been sued by women for sexual harassment and using their power over women.

She said that when women speak up and in speaking "truth to power," there will be attempts to silence them. Those who know Rep. Waters, know that she is not easily intimidated.

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