Michigan Rep. Elissa Slotkin received pushback from her constituents recently over her support for an impeachment inquiry of President Trump.
During a weekend town hall in Hartland, the first-term Democrat’s remarks were interrupted by boos and hecklers as she opened the session discussing a Washington Post op-ed she and six colleagues wrote explaining their support of an impeachment inquiry.
“I wanted you to know from me directly why I made that decision. I know clearly there’s lots of disagreement in the room,” said Slotkin, 43. “But what I owe you as your representative is to be open and transparent about how I made that decision, so I wanted to tell you about it.”
The comment drew a mix of booing and clapping from the crowd.