A group of two dozen House Democrats are ramping up their criticisms of President Trump, introducing a resolution of no confidence against the president that includes a 17-page list detailing Trump's "unacceptable behavior."
Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., introduced the resolution Wednesday, and was joined by 24 Democrats. The resolution, though, doesn't have a chance of passing the House, where Republicans control 240 seats.
"Every day … it's like I can't believe it," Cohen said during a press conference. "Another day. Another lie."
"It's just a sad day for America that we've come to this point to say we have no confidence in the president of the United States," Cohen continued.
Complaints listed in the resolution include Trump's refusal to fully divest from his business empire, his decision to fire former FBI Director James Comey, his claim that former President Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower, his campaign's contacts with Russian officials, and his tweets in which Trump called members of the media and elected officials derogatory names.
"The way he talks about women, the press, the language he uses, the use of Twitter, you don't want him to be a role model," Cohen said. "It's injurious to our culture, and it's injurious to our foreign policy."
Though Cohen contended it's unlikely the resolution has an impact on Trump, he said he hopes it communicates to voters that Democrats understand their frustration with the White House.
"This is an attempt at a political intervention," the Tennessee Democrat said.
Cohen told reporters Wednesday he first brought up the resolution of no-confidence during a Democratic Steering and Policy Committee meeting, and it won House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's support.
Pelosi, D-Calif., did not sign the resolution, and said she prefers her fellow Democrats to focus on a bill calling for an independent prosecutor to conduct the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.