Pat Toomey became the second Republican senator to ask President Donald Trump to resign immediately over the deadly insurrection at U.S. Capitol on Wednesday when he urged his supporters to march on the building and take “their country back.”
He is the second GOP senator to call for Trump to step down after Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.
Toomey said it was good for the country for Trump to resign over the riot at the U.S. Capitol that left five people dead, including a police officer.
According to Toomey, resignation is the “best way forward, the best way to get this person in the rear view mirror for us.”
Toomey added that Trump committed an “impeachable offense” after he encouraged his supporters to storm the Capitol while lawmakers were affirming Joseph R. Biden’s win.
Senator Toomey, whose from Pennsylvania, was interviewed on CNN’s “State of Union” and NBC’s “Meet the Press”.