Some Democrats worry an impeachment vote imperils moderate and swing district members, while unfinished congressional probes lack support from leadership.
Rep. Al Green introduced the articles of impeachment shortly after the House voted to condemn the president's recent remarks about four women in Congress.
"It's a can of worms, it's a new headache that the president doesn't need, it advances the law into Congress' court," Andrew Napolitano said.
"As long as bigotry influences the President's policies, I will continue to seek his impeachment," Rep. Al Green tweeted.
"Sometimes, some leaders are much too dangerous to leave in power," Harvard Law School professor Laurence Tribe told MSNBC, "and this may be such a case."
"There may be grounds for removal from office or there may be grounds for indictment after he leaves office that the Congress discovers," Schiff said.
"The president engaged in bigotry not only with his rhetoric, but in his policies," Al Green said.
"I did not reflect on her words. I reflected on what I heard from many people," Representative Al Green said of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
"We can investigate to the extent that we engage in what Dr. King called 'paralysis of analysis,'" Representative Al Green said.
"Bigotry in policy will not be tolerated," Representative Al Green said on the House floor.
"These are the kinds of things that can cause long-term harm to society," Green said.
"Such a time is upon us," Democratic Representative Al Green stated.
A Democratic congressman in Texas who has repeatedly called for President Donald Trump's impeachment said Tuesday that every House representative has a "right and privilege" to bring up impeaching Trump.
"Now is not the time to consider articles of impeachment," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Democratic Minority Whip Steny Hoyer previously stated.
The Trump impeachment guide contains "steps we must take to remove one of the gravest dangers our country has ever confronted."
Trump's failure to respond to Russian interference in the 2016 election is "a betrayal of his oath of office," Need to Impeach founder Tom Steyer said.
"I liken it to being on a wild horse," Steyer said of America under Trump.
Thousands of people are expected to attend the house parties to be held in big cities and small towns.
"We must take stand against this president and his bigoted comments," Al Green said.
"That doesn't mean that impeachment is a reasonable thing to pursue," Congressman John Yarmuth said.
Alex Castellanos brought up impeachment while painting a grim outlook for the GOP.
"Anyone who incites hate is a person that ought to be called upon to either stop it or be removed," Green said.
It's the latest installment in Democrat Al Green's on-again, off-again plan to impeach the president.