The #Impeachment of President Donald Trump may be on the way, but just how strong is the case, and who exactly is the top donor?

Here's what we know.

Steyer is the founder and former co-senior managing partner of Farallon Capital and the co-founder of Beneficial State Bank, an Oakland-based community development bank. Farallon Capital manages $20 billion in capital for institutions and high-net-worth individuals. The firm’s institutional investors include college endowments and foundations. Since 1986, Steyer has been a partner and member of the Executive Committee at Hellman & Friedman, a San Francisco-based $8 billion private equity firm.

Both Newsmax and The Hill recently reported that a leading Democratic Super PAC donor, Tom Steyer, who donated 100 million dollars to the Trump campaign, sent a letter to Congress, published on Friday, urging them to start the process of impeaching President Trump. In Steyer's letter, he argues "Trump has attempted to impede an FBI investigation, This action alone should be subject to an immediate impeachment and inquiry by the House of Representatives." (SIC)

Steyer claims that trumps alleged interference into the investigation of his campaign's alleged ties to Russia "clearly meet the requirements of impeachment" as set by Republicans, stated in the articles against former President Richard Nixon and, most recently Bill Clinton.

Most Democratic lawmakers publicly avoid speaking about Impeachment, despite the controversy surrounding Trump. During a press conference Wednesday, Two #Democratic representatives, Al Green (TX) and Brad Sherman (CA) announced a dull day before FBI Director James Comey was fired, that they are, in fact, in the beginning of the process of impeachment against Trump.

So what evidence do we have?

The environmentalist also stated several clear and undisputed facts that raise more than a few red flags.

  • While running for President, Then-Presidential-Candidate Donald Trump was directly and publicly asked to reveal his opponents email correspondence.
  • Russia successfully hacked into the computer systems of his opponents, thus interfering with the election.
  • The attorney general, the national security advisor, and his own son in law, while under oath, have all made false claims during background checks and confirmation hearings, relevant to their Russian contacts.
  • President Trump went live on national television and flat out admitted to firing FBI Director James Comey for his investigation into Russian interference.

According to #Steyer, other revelations have come up, including one by the Washington post that President Trump blatantly asked the Director of National Intelligence, Danial Coats, In the presence of the CIA Director, Mike Pompeo, To impede the investigation of former national security advisor, Michael Flynn

Steyer concluded in his letter "The American people must demand answers to the grave questions surrounding this crisis.

How are our Congressional Leaders, more specifically our congressional Republicans, going to hold President Trump accountable? Especially after his efforts to obstruct an FBI investigation clearly meet the standards of impeachment, set in place less than 20 years ago by Congressional Republicans?"