On Tuesday morning, a group of four House Democrats held a news conference to announce they are formally introducing articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.

Led by Rep. Steve Cohen (Tenn.), the group claimed it has the goods on Trump, and that he has now committed “impeachable offenses.”

Joining Cohen in the effort were Reps. Al Green (D-Texas), Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) and Adriano Espaillat (D-N.Y.).

They claim that two additional Democrats are planning to jump on board: Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio) and John Yarmuth (D-Ky.).

“There are some others who might think they just want Trump to hang himself and that we don’t need to help him, but I think … a great number of Democrats think there have been impeachable offenses,” Cohen said.

“We have taken this action because of great concerns for the country and our Constitution and our national security and our democracy,” Cohen declared.

The group announced five articles of impeachment:

  1. Obstruction of Justice over the firing of former FBI Director James Comey
  2. Violation of the Constitution’s foreign emoluments from foreign states, including allegations of monies Trump has taken from foreign power without the consent of Congress
  3. Monies Trump has made from his personal business, beyond that of his salary
  4. Undermining of the federal judiciary
  5. Undermining of the freedom of the press, including calling the press “fake news”

Gutierrez said, “It gives me great honor to co-sponsor these articles of impeachment,” and added that he thinks the president is an “awful president and an awful person.”

He claimed Trump is hostile to women, and is responsible for the growing “racial hatred and violence” in the country, claiming he “thrives” on it. He slammed Trump for his alleged “anti-Latino” bias and his “Muslim ban.”

“President Donald Trump is a threat to our national security,” Espaillat claimed, adding that America has now become a “laughingstock” around the world because of Trump.

Green said Trump has brought “shame” to the office of the president.

“House Democrats lack a positive message and are completely unwilling to work across the aisle, so instead they’ve decided to support a baseless radical effort that the vast majority of Americans disagree with,” said Republican National Committee spokesman Michael Ahrens, in response to the announcement.

Watch the press conference below with their long list of allegations against the president, followed by Twitter posts from each of the four congressmen involved in the effort.