Texas Rep. Al Green made it clear how he felt about his Republican colleagues who had already announced their intentions against voting for the pro-LGBTQ Equality Act.
Texas’ Democratic Rep. Al Green vowed to force an impeachment vote against President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Rep. Al Green announced from the House floor that he will introduce article of impeachment against President Donald Trump. Green received death threats the first time he spearheaded an effort to impeachment Trump.
Houston Congressman Al Green felt the brunt of racist backlash after calling for President Donald Trump's impeachment.
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NEW YORK-President Barack Obama briefly broke into song at the world famous Apollo theater in Harlem during a fund raiser. While speaking to the crowd, Obama acknowledged legendary soul singer the Reverend Al Green, who performed before Obama spoke. After Obama sang the first part of Green’s “Lets Stay Together,” “I’m so in love with […]
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