Neither of the state's two House representatives ― Annie Kuster and Carol Shea-Porter, both Democrats ― support the commission out of concern it would set a risky precedent, spokespeople said.
Following new reports on North Korea's rapid development of intercontinental ballistic missiles, which analysts say now include a miniature nuclear warhead, President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that Pyongyang has reason to stop any further nuclear posturing.
The president has now gotten some support for his "Fire & Fury" threat against North Korea from some more moderate voices, including one-time opponent Senator Marco Rubio and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.More news: Trump And Kim: A War Of Words?
His letter calls on lawmakers to support legislation in the House, HR 1987, which would create a commission to invoke the 25th Amendment and "carry out a medical examination of the President to determine whether the President is mentally or physically unable to discharge the powers and duties of the office".
"I think Americans should sleep well at night, have no concerns about this particular rhetoric of the last few days", he told reporters on a flight to Guam, where he was to refuel, according to a transcript released by his department.
President Trump early Thursday shared an online poll from earlier this week showing he is a better president than his predecessor. "Hopefully Kim Jong Un will find another path!" he tweeted.More news: Indore schoolboy rescued from Blue Whale's jaws!
Through the mist, on the far side of the Imjin River, we could make out guard posts in North Korea. "Our leaders need to encourage talks between North Korea and other countries, especially China and Russian Federation".
Trump presented the threats of war, which have included a nuclear component, as "sticking up for the people of this country", and insisted North Korea should be "very nervous" and needs to "get their act together" if they want to avoid America's wrath.
"Donald Trump is impaired by a seriously sick psyche", Humphrey wrote. He trashed Trump repeatedly throughout the campaign, to replace Trump as the nominee months before Election Day.More news: Trump to Guam: 'Don't worry about a thing'
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