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Tom Steyer Calls Out Nancy Pelosi For Impeachment Comments

Tom Steyer Calls Out Nancy Pelosi For Impeachment Comments

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made headlines recently when she said Donald Trump's is not worth the aggravation that comes with impeaching him.

Our Verdict: Steyer won't let politics stand in the way of impeachment.

But their shared view that the House should not start impeachment proceedings against him are based on starkly different reasons. This is news. I'm going to give you some news right now because I haven't said this to any press person before.

For two full years, Democrats pinned their hopes on the report of the special counsel finding evidence of collusion with Russian Federation to initiate action against Mr. Trump.

It's an interesting political strategy for a sitting president to openly discuss possible impeachment proceedings and underlines the theory that President Trump intends to run for reelection in 2020 against impeachment.

"And he's just not worth it".

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The most revealing comment came from Pelosi on Monday night, when she recalled that some Democrats had wanted her to consider impeaching President George W. Bush in 2007 and 2008 for invading Iraq based on lies about weapons of mass destruction.

Yet, in a second post on his favorite social media site, the president signaled he has a clear understanding of the impeachment process, asking how the House could impeach him since he "has done nothing wrong and impeachment is for "high crimes and misdemeanors"?"

Trump subsequently retweeted Diamond and Silk, a seeming endorsement of their analysis of the Hatch Act, which says that most executive branch employees are prohibited from engaging in certain political activities. "We are not governing with a focus on impeachment". "We need to concentrate on what we're fighting for".

In a surprising turn of events, Pelosi, a known critic of Donald Trump, said she is against the impeachment of the POTUS.

The week after Cohen's testimony, House Democrats on the Judiciary Committee did exactly what the vast majority of voters said they should do: They issued document requests to more than 80 people and entities in support of their investigation into Trump.

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