A United States billionaire has launched a campaign, calling for the impeachment of "mentally unstable" President Donald Trump, who has brought America "to the brink of nuclear war".
He said this on his Twitter page.
The letter also refers readers to the writings of Noah Feldman, a Constitutional law professor at Harvard who's made the case for impeaching Trump in various places on several occasions. "Join us" - he wrote and posted a video with the appropriate treatment.
"If that isn't a case for impeaching and removing a unsafe president, then what has our government become?" he asks. "If this is not the reason, then what has become of our government?" - asks Stayer.
Trump's impeachment appears highly unlikely because his Republican Party controls both chambers of Congress.
Other Democrats believe impeachment efforts are ill-advised because they will fail and could energize Republicans.
Steyer, who aspires to run for the president's office if given a chance, launched the campaign on national television on Friday (20 October).
Whenever a political advocacy campaign pops, it's wise to look at who's funding it, and it's no surprise to see Steyer putting his money behind an effort like this.
"Larry Flynt and Hustler magazine announce a cash offer of up to $10 million for information leading to the impeachment and removal from office of Donald J. Trump", an advertisement from the founder of the Hustler pornographic magazine said.
The adverts reportedly point to a website, NeedToImpeach.com, which features an open letter by Steyer denouncing California Senator Dianne Feinstein, but without using her name.
It's the week's second (at least) launch of a multimillion-dollar impeachment campaign. And while he doesn't expect to have trouble getting the signatures of rank-and-file Democrats - a recent poll found that almost 70 percent want Trump removed from office - finding politicians willing to join the effort doesn't look to be as easy. Democrats may have a hard time rejecting that request, given that Steyer was the single biggest liberal donor in the last two federal election cycles, according to the New York Times.