Nancy Pelosi takes Trump impeachment off the table: ‘He ‘isn’t worth it’

Nancy Pelosi takes Trump impeachment off the table: ‘He ‘isn’t worth it’

Nancy Pelosi takes Trump impeachment off the table: ‘He ‘isn’t worth it’

"Well, I believe that this president is the biggest crisis for America in a generation", Steyer said.

Pelosi has not spoken on the matter, but the aide said that she will be offering additional space to the White House legislative affairs team.

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.

Steyer's op-ed pushed back on Pelosi's claim that a move to impeach would not have Republican support.

I'm not for impeachment.

Schakowsky said, "We need to get rid of Donald Trump and I don't think impeaching in the House is going to do it and so we need to do it by the 2020 election".

"But not all Democrats are gelling with Pelosi's message". If that were true, then the Democratic Party, as a representative of American imperialist interests, would have no choice but to wage all-out war against the president. She said that the president is "just not worth it".

Republicans gave Pence, who serves as president of the Senate, an additional first-floor office in the U.S. Capitol after Trump's inauguration in 2017.

"In fact, when people say there is one way to get rid of him or another, actually you are making a decision", Steyer added.

Despite the scathing remarks, Donald Trump thanked Nancy Pelosi for not wanting the impeachment.

The Trump campaign quickly spoke out on Pelosi's comments and argued that Democrats running for office should be asked if they think the president should be impeached.

Public hearings-such as the recent session held with former Trump fixer Michael Cohen before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee-will convince the American public that Trump needs to be removed, Steyer said.

Trump was referring to an interview published Monday in the Washington Post Magazine in which Pelosi, who returned to power after Democrats won decisively in last year's midterms, said, "I'm not for impeachment".

"The perceptions of Estonia and members of both houses of the US Congress regarding the challenges we face and their solutions are fairly similar", she said following the meetings.

On Tuesday, Ocasio-Cortez said: "Legally I don't think it's something that can ever be 100 percent off the table, but if that's how she feels right now I respect that".

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