The following is an excellent article written by Kristin M. Bunbury on The Proud Liberal website on July 21, 2017 titled “Official Resolution of ‘No Confidence’ was Just Filed in Congress” and I quote:
Congressman Steve Cohen (D-TN) is leading House Democrats in a “No Confidence” resolution against president Trump. At a news conference Wednesday, Cohen said, “It’s just a sad day for Americans that we’ve come to this point. The way he talks about women, the press, the language he uses, the use of Twitter — you don’t want him to be a role model. It’s injurious to our culture, and it’s injurious to … our foreign policy.”
In total, the resolution contains 88 points of contention, many of which pertain to his business dealings since having taken office. Typically, this would be a non-issue as all of his Trump Organization assets would be in a blind trust. President Trump’s assets are handled by his sons and a lawyer. It was announced a few months after the president took office that his trust is set up in such a way that he can still access and/or move funds whenever he likes.
There’s no doubt that the resolution will die in the House. With No Confidence, it’s the thought that counts. No Confidence voting often takes place within parliamentary democracies. Even there, the votes don’t have any real power in and of themselves. But in the case of the current resolution against Trump, House Democrats now have a widely disseminated document detailing his failures within just the first six months of his presidency.