Pelosi: Impeachment Not ‘Off the Table’ but Dems Still Need to Make a ‘Compelling’ Case

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday that she has not yet ruled out the possibility of opening an impeachment inquiry against President Trump, but stipulated that she would only do so if the case was sufficiently compelling to convince Congressional Republicans to turn on the administration.

Addressing her constituents at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, Pelosi responded to special counsel Robert Mueller’s first public statements about his investigation by reiterating her commitment to only pursue impeachment on an irrefutable, bipartisan basis.

"Many constituents want to impeach the President. But we want to do what is right and what gets results. What gets results," Pelosi said.

"But we do want to make such a compelling case, such an ironclad case that even the Republican Senate would — at the time seems to be not an objective jury —will be convinced of the path that we have to take as a country," she added.

May 29 2019

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Pelosi: Impeachment Not 'Off the Table' but Dems Still Need to Make a 'Compelling' Case

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