AMASH

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AMASHActa Mathematica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae (journal; now Acta Mathematica Hungarica)
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"President Trump has engaged in impeachable conduct," Amash wrote in a series of messages after reading the redacted version of the 448-page report.
In a Twitter thread on Saturday, Amash said he believed "few members of Congress even read" special counsel Robert Mueller's report and that the report itself established "multiple examples" of Trump committing obstruction of justice.
"I think presidents, when they are put in position of holding so much power, feel compelled to use that power," says Representative Justin Amash, a Michigan Republican who chairs the Libertarian Caucus in the House and is an outspoken defender of American privacy rights.
Amash is a member of the hard-line House Freedom Caucus who has already has called for an independent commission to investigate.
Amash, a Michigan Republican, tweeted that AHCA is "Obamacare 2.0," and an example of "the elusive lose-lose-lose" proposition.
Amash noted of the revised bill on his Facebook page: "This morning's bill maintains and codifies a large-scale, unconstitutional domestic spying program.
Amash stepped up the pressure on rank-and-file colleagues, looking ahead to meetings with constituents during next month's congressional break.
The series is a sequel of the previous drama "Amshah bint Amash" (Amshah daughter of Amash), which was also screened on the Lebanese Satellite channel.
Abad Amash, 36, worked for Orthodox Jewish Reich's Caterers for 10 years but lost his job after allegedly stealing whisky.
Ali Amash is manager of the processing department at the DIK.
Brooks, Fitzpatrick, Hurd and Upton (along with ex-Republican Justin Amash) possess political courage, but of a particularly rare and important type.