House Judiciary Vice Chair: ‘We Have to Open an Impeachment Inquiry’

‘I think it’s reached a point where we have to open an impeachment inquiry’

EXCERPT:

COOPER: "Where do you stand right now in terms of impeachment? Do you think President Trump should be impeached?" 
SCANLON: "I'm not at he should be impeached. But I do think it's reached a point where we have to open an impeachment inquiry." 
COOPER: "Why open an impeachment inquiry if you don't want it to go all the way to impeachment?" 
SCANLON: "Well, look, the impeachment inquiry is our opportunity to get the facts out, get the evidence out. The American people have not yet seen what's in the Mueller report. We've had the president and his henchmen stonewall and issue talking points that bear no relationship to what's in that report. The president has tried to hide the underlying evidence.”

(h/t Breitbart)

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