STEYER: "Fredricka, we have a president who can show no empathy for the people who are involved in a tragedy, for the people who are at, American citizens who are actually losing their lives, that what’s going on here is we’re trying to deal with something extremely serious, realtime, and what he’s trying to do is score political points. And let’s take it a little bit further. We’ve got to think that the number one job of the president of the United States is to protect the lives and safety of the American people. And here we have a president who in denying climate change is preventing this country from doing the very positive things that we can do that will make us healthier and richer, better employed with higher wages, and also deal with the ravages of increasing climate change. And here we are in northern California, with fires exploding around us, in southern California, with fires bursting around, and we have a president who not only is making it possible for that to be worse, who refuses to protect the safety and lives of the American people, but then sends some snotty political tweet, this is exactly my point. He’s wreckless. He’s lawless. He’s corrupt. He breaks the law every day. That’s why he can be impeached. But his refusal to protect the lives and safety of the American people is why he must be impeached."