Justin Amash is known as a Republican member of Congress, he represents the Grand Rapids territory of Michigan. He is most famous for going against party lines by calling for the impeachment of Republican President Donald Trump for his involvement with Russia.
Amash was born on April 18, 1980, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He earned a degree in finance from the University of Michigan and afterward proceeded to acquire a JD from the University of Michigan Law School. After graduation, he worked as a business legal advisor, and after that filled in as a Michigan state delegate. He was chosen to the US Congress in 2011. Amash is a member of the St. Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church.
Amash's father, Attalah, was a Palestinian Christian who spent the early part of his life in an exile in the West Bank. In 1956, a congregation in the US supported him to go to the United States. Attalah touched base in Michigan with only 17 dollars in his pocket. Yet, he met and married his significant other, Mimi, a Syrian migrant, and together they opened a fruitful home improvement shop. They had three children, Justin was the middle child of the three young men.
On May 18, 2019, Justin Amash said he had discovered that President Donald Trump had behaved with impeachable conduct. Amash blamed Attorney General William Barr for deliberately trying to be deceptive towards the public.
After President Trump proclaimed a national crisis in February, Amash took to Twitter to give his thoughts. The Michigan Congressman wrote on his Twitter account, “A national emergency declaration for a non-emergency is void. A prerequisite for declaring an emergency is that the situation requires immediate action and Congress does not have an opportunity to act. @POTUS @realDonaldTrump is attempting to circumvent our constitutional system.”
Amash later tweeted out a string of statements spreading out his case that the president had acted with malicious intent. Amash contended that, while the leader of the United States has the privilege to pronounce a national crisis, he may just do as such in situations where Congress has had no chance to act. Amash focused on that pronouncing a highly sensitive situation ought to be for outrageous cases, similar to assaults on the country.
Justin Amash is married to Kara (wife), a former primary teacher and a university alum of Calvin College. The couple lives in Cascade Charter Township. They have three children.
Justin is active in the social platforms Facebook and Twitter with 132,000 and 362,000 active followers respectively.
According to www.opensecrets.org, Amash's net worth was 3,756,511 dollars in 2016.