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Pelosi: “We're not there yet” on impeachment

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Said Tuesday that President Trump's behavior described in the Mueller report was "unethical, unscrupulous and dignified", but added that she was "not there yet" to support the opening of persecution procedures. In an interview at the Time 100 Summit in New York, Pelosi impeachment called "one of the most fragmented roads we could go down in our country" before we added that "if the fact-based path takes us there, we have no choice. we are not there yet. " Pelosi made her remarks one day after announcing members of her caucus at a conference call that there were no immediate plans to move forward with impeachment and saying:" We do not need to go persecution to get the facts, presentation of facts. " On Tuesday, Pelosi said that 1 77 House Democrats "were on the call for 87 minutes, at least 70 minutes at least listening to 20 members' comments that invited …" DEM LEADERS REJECT IMMEDIATE IMPEACHMENT PROCEDURES IN CURRENT CONFERENCE CALL [19659003] "There are many ways to hold the president of the president," added Pelosi. "… It's about being completely free from passion, from prejudice, from politics. It's about the presentation of facts, and when we have facts, we get a better idea of ​​how we move forward." At least three democratic presidential candidates – late Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts and Kamala Harris in California, as well as former housing and urban secretary Julian Castro – have urged Congress to initiate trial procedures.…

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Said Tuesday that President Trump’s behavior described in the Mueller report was “unethical, unscrupulous and dignified”, but added that she was “not there yet” to support the opening of persecution procedures.

In an interview at the Time 100 Summit in New York, Pelosi impeachment called “one of the most fragmented roads we could go down in our country” before we added that “if the fact-based path takes us there, we have no choice. we are not there yet. “

Pelosi made her remarks one day after announcing members of her caucus at a conference call that there were no immediate plans to move forward with impeachment and saying:” We do not need to go persecution to get the facts, presentation of facts. ” On Tuesday, Pelosi said that 1

77 House Democrats “were on the call for 87 minutes, at least 70 minutes at least listening to 20 members’ comments that invited …”

DEM LEADERS REJECT IMMEDIATE IMPEACHMENT PROCEDURES IN CURRENT CONFERENCE CALL [19659003] “There are many ways to hold the president of the president,” added Pelosi. “… It’s about being completely free from passion, from prejudice, from politics. It’s about the presentation of facts, and when we have facts, we get a better idea of ​​how we move forward.”

At least three democratic presidential candidates – late Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts and Kamala Harris in California, as well as former housing and urban secretary Julian Castro – have urged Congress to initiate trial procedures. Their demands have been backed by two prominent news democrats, Reps. Ilhan Omar in Minnesota and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in New York.

On Tuesday, Pelosi played reports of divisions among democrats over the impeachment problem and said: “There are some people who are more anxious to get punished, many who are more anxious to just follow the investigation … I don’t think it is a growing number [who support impeachment.] “

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Just before the House Democratic Conference Call, House Judiciary Committee began chairing Jerrold Nadler, DN.Y., convicted former White House advice Don McGahn to testify next month. Nadler also issued a judgment last week for the full, unredacted version of the Mueller report. The House Democrats have refused invitations by lawyer William Barr to come to their headquarters and read a less edited version of the report.

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On Tuesday Pelosi accused the White House of “stonewalling” after lawyers for Trump to sue to block a lawsuit issued by the House Oversight Committee seeking the President’s financial register .

“This is a moment in our history,” the speaker said. “As I say, it is not about politics. It is about patriotism. It is an existential threat, this administration, our democracy with regard to our constitution, Article I, the Legislative Department [as] as stated in the Constitution, the monitoring power over other branches of government , [and] the right to know. “

Fox News & # 39; Mike Emanuel contributed to this report.

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