Obstruction of justice is an impeachable offense. Donald Trump has obstructed justice, or attempted to obstruct justice, on numerous occasions — and there is no end in sight.

Read more: Mueller investigation’s evidence of Trump’s obstruction

Here is a small sample of the times Trump obstructed justice:

  • Trump told then FBI Director James Comey, “I need loyalty. I expect loyalty.”
  • Trump asked Comey to abandon the Russia investigation and let Michael Flynn go.
  • Trump ordered White House Counsel Don McGahn to stop Attorney General Jeff Sessions from recusing himself in the Russia investigation.
  • Trump asked Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and Director of the National Security Agency Michael Rogers to publicly deny there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians.
  • Trump fired Comey, explaining that he said to himself, “you know, this Russia thing, with Trump and Russia, is a made-up story.”
  • Trump tried to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller

What are we waiting for?

Watch: Trump obstructed justice by firing Comey