House Speaker Nancy Pelosi again fended off calls by far-left Democrats to impeach President Trump, calling the political process “divisive.”
“I don’t think there’s anything more divisive we can do than to impeach a President of the United States, and so you have to handle it with great care,” Pelosi said in a CNN interview at the Council on Foreign Relations on Sunday morning. “It has to be about the truth and the facts to take you to whatever decision has to be there.”
“It should by no means be done politically. We shouldn’t impeach politically, or you shouldn’t not impeach politically,” she continued.
“But you — we must always remember we have a responsibility for oneness because that is the strength of our — that is the strength of our country.”
Pelosi has contradicted herself though, because she’s made several divisive comments over Trump in recent weeks.
For example, last week she said she’d like to see the president “in prison”, despite former FBI Special Counsel finding no collusion and the Justice Department finding no obstruction of justice.
Polls show the issue of impeachment is sharply divided along partisan lines, with nearly half of Democrats for it and all Republicans against it.
The House Speaker is likely walking a political tightrope, careful not to anger moderates and independents, but also mindful of the far-left’s obsession with overthrowing Trump by any means necessary.
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