Nancy Pelosi says impeaching Donald Trump 'just not worth it'

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"This is news", she added.

In what may be a gesture of bipartisanship and a willingness to work with the fledgling Trump administration, Pelosi is assigning new office space to the White House Office of Legislative Affairs, the aide said. "And he's just not worth it".

"I do believe what Speaker Pelosi understands is that what they're wanting to do is going to require far more than what they have now, so I think they are hedging their bet on it", Collins said.

"If we hadn't talked about impeachment, imagine what this president would have done", Sherman says.

Green said he's just acting as his conscience dictates, telling Fox News' Neil Cavuto, "We should not allow political expediency--wait until the next election--to trump the moral imperative to act when there is harm being caused to society". She says she's against impeachment.

"All of the above. No. No".

"I'm not for impeachment", the California Democrat said in an explosive interview published Monday.

While acknowledging that she found Trump "ethically unfit. Intellectually unfit. Curiosity-wise unfit" - and she doesn't believe he'll be re-elected in 2020. "No, I don't think he's fit to be president of the United States".

Pelosi has long resisted calls to impeach the president, saying it's a "divisive" issue that should only be broached with "great care".

Lest anyone cite crumbling support for Richard Nixon during impeachment proceedings in 1974 (leading to his coerced resignation) as precedent for the same thing happening to Trump, the fact is this is a very different and more right-wing Republican Party than the one that weighed Nixon's fate back then, and Trump's approval rating among Republicans is much higher. It will be the third time Green has done so, but the first time in the Democratic majority House. "Let's just address the comments about is he worth it".

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"If you think impeaching Bill Clinton was a bad idea, which I think most Democrats do, then you now have to think impeaching Trump is a bad idea", Burstein said, unless something that is clearly an impeachable offense is uncovered.

Speaking to the Washington Post, Nancy Pelosi stated the following.

With the 2020 presidential and congressional election campaigns already gearing up, the political calendar could dictate whether initiating the time-consuming impeachment process is even plausible, Democratic and Republican lawmakers said.

Pelosi's comments echo those by House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., in an interview with Politico earlier Monday.

"There was no question that was that was frightful for the country. He's met it multiple times", Ocasio-Cortez said.

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) has become notorious for calling for impeachment since the day Trump was elected president.

"I am beginning the investigation", Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) said Tuesday.

Two House Democrats, Reps.

Fifty-eight Democrats voted against motion to table impeachment resolutions in December 2017, and 66 voted against the motion to table in January 2018-meaning those lawmakers wanted a vote on impeachment likely would've supported it.

Her point about impeachment being divisive isn't entirely facetious, either.

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