Those concerns may not be enough to impeach the president, but keep an eye on the House of Representatives if you're waiting for the process to begin.
Mr Green floated the idea publicly last week following the sudden firing of former FBI Director James Comey. The United States Constitution discusses what powers Congress has in regards to impeachment.
"Our country is in a state of crisis", Green said.
The reality is that the FBI investigation being conducted is a long, painstaking process that will frustrate those who are calling for the impeachment of Trump, sooner rather than later.
"The obstruction will exist no matter what the president calls "the Russian Federation thing" - separate and apart from "the Russian Federation thing", he said.
In a conference call with ME reporters, King, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said he learned on Tuesday that Comey "is planning to testify in public" and he'll likely do so "in the recently near future".
While Republican ownership of impeachment still achieves the first three political benefits discussed above-a more reliable and competent right-wing presidential rubber stamp, protection of the Republican brand, and a stronger incumbent for 2020-the last two outcomes would now favor Democrats.
In addition to doing interviews, Green's office distributed a press release that says failing to impeach Trump "would cause some Americans to lose respect for, and obedience to, our societal norms". There are some important complexities to the Russian Federation scandal, but last week's revelations were straightforward: the president of the United States, furious about an intensifying investigation into his political operation, fired the FBI director in order to help end the investigation. Trump also said that he had pressed Comey during a private dinner to tell him if he was under investigation.
Green, who was born in New Orleans and attended Florida A&M University, Howard University, and the Tuskegee Institute, is now serving his seventhy term in Congress.
The Democratic firm found that 48 percent of respondents want Trump impeached while 41 percent are opposed to removing the president from office.
While FiveThirtyEight aggregates a number of public polls into an average figure, the most recent survey Monday from Gallup found Trump's approval rating had fallen all the way to 38 percent with a disapproval of 57 percent. Under a Trump presidency, that's an eternity.
The PPP survey even seemed to illustrate a bit of regret among Trump voters. Therefore, she said he should be impeached now. "Reluctantly, I have to say yes", Sen.