Rep. Steve Cohen Stephen (Steve) Ira CohenColorado Senate sends bills in favor of referendum over electoral college Pelosi puts a good grip on Trump persecution The new Democratic Congress has the opportunity to move legislation to help horses MORE  (D-Tenn.) Says that he will boycott the EU address again this year.
"I will not join the Union State again this year. I will come to the House Chamber of the Union next time I can hear from a President who will tell the truth about the Union state," Cohen, who has previously called for President Trump 's persecution, said in a statement to The Hill.
Cohen, who also boycotted 2018's EU state, is at least the third democrat who will skip Trump's address to Congress Tuesday.
Georgia's Democratic Republics. John Lewis John LewisCivil rights kick off super bowl with coin throw two georgia dems planning to skip trump s state for union Roger Goodell: NFL team would sign kaepernick if they thought he would help them win more  and Hank Johnson Henry Hank) C. JohnsonTrump Will Provide State Union at Sea for Opponents Two Georgia Dems are planning to skip Trump's state for Union Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee to go down as the CBC Foundation chairman under the lawsuit MORE said last week that they will not attend.
"I'm having trouble damaging the Speaker's Chair in the House of Representatives," the Johnson Atlanta Journal Constitution told. "I don't want to see it lower as it happens when Donald Trump comes to our floor and begins to talk about groups of people, especially Latinos, and breaks them down like a people."
"I'd rather be somewhere else," Johnson added.
Fourteen House Democrats boycotted Trump's Union state last year, including Lewis, a civil law icon and Cohen.
Cohen introduced articles on charges against Trump in November 2017, claiming that the president had prevented justice in Russia's investigation, violated the constitutional foreign law clause, prohibiting the acceptance of gifts from foreign governments and undermining the federal judiciary.
But Cohen has not yet reintroduced these items during the new congress that began last month.  Cohen recently told Hill he is not busy introducing disturbances and indicates he is waiting for special advice Robert Mueller Robert Swan MuellerSasse: The US should welcome the choice of Mueller to lead Russia probe MORE to complete his study of Russian influence in the 2016 elections.
"These people, including myself, who believe he is committed to insurmountable offenses and should be prevented from understanding also the pragmatic policy of waiting for the report as evidence to get more of the American public in understanding. Because you have to have the American public on your side, Cohen told The Hill.
"I think Mueller's report will be a bloody."
Darcy Palder contributed.