Published: Wed, March 13, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

Dem Rep. Yarmuth: 'We're Essentially in the Beginning of an Impeachment Process'

Dem Rep. Yarmuth: 'We're Essentially in the Beginning of an Impeachment Process'

Perhaps Nancy Pelosi is taking all of these factors into consideration as she awaits more evidence to make the case to the public. "Intellectually unfit. Curiosity-wise unfit" - and she doesn't believe he'll be re-elected in 2020.

'If the Justice Department the position that you can not indict a sitting president, when the president is no longer sitting then I think it has to consider whether it should hold a former president to a different standard than it holds everyone else, ' Schiff said - making sure to state that the decision should be in the hands of career prosecutors based on the evidence they gather. If that happens, however, Democrats would have the delightful choice of moving against Trump then or waiting to destroy him in the 2020 election after watching Republicans go after each other with tire irons. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) said on "Meet the Press" in January that he believes impeachment "is certainly not appropriate right now". Secondarily, it includes his continuing efforts to obstruct the investigation into the links and coordination between his campaign and Russian Federation.

Representative Steve Chabot, one of 13 House Republicans who prosecuted Clinton's impeachment charges before the Senate, said in an interview, "The closer one gets to an election, I think the bar goes up as to what one considers to be impeachable".

But much of what it contains may already be public knowledge, and with Pelosi's comments about the impeachable nature of what is already known, the conclusion of the report may be undermined.

Burstein was referring to the impeachment by House Republicans of President Bill Clinton in 1998 on two counts, one for obstructing justice and one for perjury regarding his relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

"It absolutely drives him nuts", she said.

Meanwhile, members of Pelosi's caucus have been outspoken about their desire to impeach Trump.

Decisions to make’ Special counsel Robert Mueller
Decisions to make’ Special counsel Robert Mueller

"I don't think Democrats win out of that, and I don't think Republicans win out of that in the short term or the long term", he continued.

In the same interview, she complimented Trump with a laugh, calling him "a great organizer for Democrats, a great fundraiser for Democrats and a great mobilizer at the grass-roots level for Democrats".

Talk of impeachment proceedings against Trump intensified after Democrats won a majority in the House in the 2018 midterm elections.

Adam Schiff says evidence gathered in the Stormy Daniels scandal "militates very strongly in favor" of indicting President Trump after he leaves office. "If this is not a case for impeaching and removing a unsafe president, then what has our government become?" Factories and farms across the midwest are shuttering, and while unemployment numbers get touted by his mouthpieces on cable news, digging deeper into stats tells a sadder story across the heartland.

David Bossie, president Citizens United, speaks at the Freedom Summit at The Executive Court Banquet Facility April 12, 2014 in Manchester, New Hampshire. "He's obstructed justice at the Federal Bureau of Investigation".

U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, a Springfield Democrat and chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, in turn, told reporters last week that he's still working with congressional counsel on how to best seek the president's tax returns.

"If it says there was no collusion, there was no cooperation no coordination", Bossie said, "The American people will say, 'OK, what are we doing now to benefit America?'".

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