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Flake: 'Joe Biden Strikes Fear in a Lot of Republicans'

Tuesday on CBS’s “This Morning,” former Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), now a CBS political commentator, named former Vice President Joe Biden as a potential 2020 presidential candidate that Republicans should have the most concern. Flake shared that Biden “strikes fear in a lot of Republicans” in a possible matchup with President Donald Trump. “Joe Biden strikes fear in a lot of Republicans,” Flake stated. “He can speak to those states that President Trump won — in the Rust Belt in particular. And he’s seen as more of a centrist. He was a Senator for 30-some years. He knows how to work with the Senate, with the Congress, and I think that’s certainly one that worries Republicans.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent

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Al Sharpton: Trump's Fear Makes Many 'Feel There Really Is Something There'

Friday MSNBC’s “Deadline,” Al Sharpton said he believed President Donald Trump was “fearful” of being impeached. Sharpton said, “I think you hear him talking in a frantic way. He’s fearful because he always comes back to defending himself no matter what the subject matter is.” He added, “To say and/or suggest that you can’t impeach me because I’m popular… to say because I won these states and because I’m saying that I’m the best of any president in two years is somebody that is afraid of dealing with the facts. Somebody that is confident of their innocence or really thinks even bringing it up, that it is absurd, thinks come on with the facts. Let’s play it out. I’m going ahead and continue being president. He can’t get away from that because he is really afraid which makes many of us feel there really is something there, and he knows it.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

Waters: Hesitation to Impeach Trump Might Be Because of Fear 'That Trump Will Cause a Revolt'

On Wednesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) said members of Congress have a “responsibility” to impeach presidents who commit high crimes and misdemeanors, and some members are “derelict in their responsibility.” She suggested that one possible reason for the hesitation to impeach President Trump is because some might “believe that Trump will cause a revolt.” Waters said, “[A]ll of the descriptions of what would happen if we move to impeach Trump are basically excuses. Excuses, because, you know, maybe they don’t want to fail at it, maybe they believe that Trump will cause a revolt. You know, you talk about violence, and they accuse others of violence. This president basically said, if you move to impeach me, my people are going to revolt, and maybe some of that is resonating with the senators, the members of Congress, Republican or Democrat. But they are derelict in their responsibility. The Constitution gives us the responsibility to impeach a president and others in government if, in fact, they are guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors, which we define.” Waters also floated the possibility that “Democrats fear that somehow, if we move to impeach him, maybe his base will grow