But the state House report took Greitens's problems to a whole new level, particularly for how disturbing the allegations are. “This is not a witch hunt,” State House Speaker Todd Richardson (R) said Wednesday. And hours after the report on Greitens came out, Hawley said the governor should resign or be impeached. “You've got a Republican attorney general investigating a Republican governor, so he's got a very complicated situation,” said Roy Temple, former head of Missouri's Democratic Party. Missouri Democrats have put up more candidates to challenge Republican state lawmakers than at anytime in the past two decades.
Source: Washington Post April 15, 2018 13:18 UTC