Pelosi: ‘It Would Have To Be Bipartisan’ To Consider Impeaching Trump

‘The evidence would have to be so conclusive’


PELOSI: “It depends on what happens in the Mueller investigation, but that is not unifying, and I get criticized in my own party for not being in support of it, but I'm not. If that happen, it would have to be bipartisan, and the evidence would have to be so conclusive. On the other hand, what people want us to do is address the concerns that they have in their lives. There is serious financial instability in many families in our country. They want to see us working to get that done for them. They want results. They want peace, and that's what we'll bring them.“

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