“I have always been reluctant because I think impeachment is something that really has an impact on the country,” Pelosi told reporters on Friday.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) didn’t seem ready to support bringing forward articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump during a press conference on Friday.
A reporter asked Pelosi if she is willing to support bringing forward articles of impeachment against Trump. He also asked if the oversight initiatives that House Democrats announced on Friday would bring her to the point of supporting impeachment when they are completed.
Pelosi dodged the question telling the reporter they need to learn more about what happened between the Trump campaign and Russia.
“We need to follow the facts, and what did the rest of the family know and when did they know it,” Pelosi concluded. “I have always been reluctant because I think impeachment is something that really has an impact on the country.”
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