Clyburn Says He Expects To Lose Votes on Impeachment

‘Well, we do expect to lose some, and that’s why I say it is a conscious vote’

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BERMAN: "So you’re not whipping, but I do imagine to an extent you are counting. I know of at least two Democratic members who are at least a no or unlikely to vote yes on impeachment. How many Democrats do you expect to lose on the impeachment vote?"
CLYBURN: "Well, we do expect to lose some, and that’s why I say it is a conscience vote. And it’s with their constituents. We have a very diverse caucus. I share six counties with a Democrat in South Carolina. I see it on part of those counties that it is much different from the part that Cunningham has, and we may be voting differently. I have no idea.” 

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