"The way he's acted as president has been completely at a detriment to our nation's unity," a veteran said of Trump.
"Shall America just stop fighting for our principles and do what's politically convenient?" Steyer asked.
"We can investigate to the extent that we engage in what Dr. King called 'paralysis of analysis,'" Representative Al Green said.
Trump's address "was honestly laughable," Steyer said.
"The sooner you're gone, the better," Need to Impeach founder Tom Steyer said in a video he posted to Twitter.
Steyer's prepared remarks stated he decided not to run for president "at this time."
The billionaire founder of the Need to Impeach campaign sure looks as if he's setting the stage for a presidential run.
The campaign circulated a second petition against Kavanaugh's confirmation that has received more than 297,000 signatures.
"President Donald Trump has been violating the Constitution since the moment he took the oath of office," the book states.
"If Paul Revere and other patriots had waited to act until it was safe or politically correct, we would never have the country we have today," Steyer says in the ad.
"Anytime in American history that there has been an attempt to upset the status quo, there have been people within the status quo—within the establishment—saying, 'It may be true, it may be something we should deal with, it may be important, but not now.'"
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.
"As every day goes by, we are at greater risk of total annihilation," psychologist John Gartner said.
The billionaire has championed the president's removal but Democrats are worried about running on such a platform in the fall.
Thousands of people are expected to attend the house parties to be held in big cities and small towns.
The billboards will include a running total of the number of people who have signed up to support impeaching President Donald Trump.
San Francisco billionaire Tom Steyer doesn't just want Donald Trump out: He wants national change, and he's recruiting a millennial army to fight for it.
"This is not a time for 'patience'—Donald Trump is not fit for office," Tom Steyer said.