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READ: McCarthy's resolution censuring Maxine Waters

READ: McCarthy's resolution censuring Maxine Waters
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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthyKevin McCarthyBiden to meet with 6 GOP senators next week GOP is consumed by Trump conspiracy theories National Review editors defend Cheney from party attacks MORE (R-Calif.) is seeking to censure Rep. Maxine WatersMaxine Moore WatersThe Hill's Morning Report - Biden address to Congress will dominate busy week Maxine Waters: Judge in Chauvin trial who criticized her was 'angry' GOP, Democrats grapple with post-Chauvin trial world MORE (D-Calif.) for saying that “we’ve got to get more confrontational” about police brutality against Black Americans.

McCarthy tweeted the resolution on Tuesday afternoon. It refers to Waters over the weekend responding to the trial of Derek Chauvin, a former police officer who is accused of killing George Floyd.

In a video that was shared widely on social media, Waters said she was looking for a "guilty verdict" and "if we don't, we cannot go away ... we've got to get more confrontational."

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McCarthy's resolution also refers to the judge in Chauvin's trial, who criticized Waters for discussing her preferred verdict as an elected official.

A vote on the censure resolution is expected Tuesday afternoon.

A verdict in Chauvin's trial is also expected to be read later in the afternoon.

Read the full resolution below.