I mean, if you look up "persistent" in the dictionary?
Waters did not hesitate before jumping into a list of reasons why she believes impeachment is possible and will happen, stemming back to Trump's actions on the campaign trail. "I am so glad they are telling us what's going on". "It's not something that's going to put me in the bed and say 'Oh my god!' Every day I wake up, I wake up energized".
"And let those who are willing to be a little bit more cooperative in the way they handle this complicated political system in order to move forward", she said.
Waters also fielded questions over a number of wide-ranging topics, using her appearance on the popular radio morning show as an opportunity to express her support for marijuana legalization on the federal level and to condemn President Donald Trump for condoning police violence.
On Friday's episode of The View, Waters joined the talk show co-hosts for a roundtable discussion on politics, but since it was Auntie Maxine, the women had to bring up her online popularity-including her new hit single, "Reclaiming My Time".
That's what the Democrat from California told the hosts of ABC's "The View" during an interview on Friday.
"They are undermining him because they want to see him stop". She further challenged Republicans, who she believes are "frightened" and "don't know what to do" in regards to Trump, not to stand by and watch Trump destroy American democracy by colluding with Russian President Vladimir Putin. "They want us to do something". This man has no value. "I was one of the defenders of rap music even when it was gangster music because I thought it was creative and I thought that it opened up a whole new economic opportunity for black people where jobs and positions were created when they wouldn't play rap music on some of the major stations", she explains.