"When we have conversations in our caucus they stay in our caucus".
Pelosi said on Tuesday she has decided not to fire back at the president and instead said she "doesn't even want to talk about him". "I don't take any responsibility for the president's behavior except to say that we're going to hold him accountable for it".
Trump, in an interview with Fox News' Laura Ingraham, had called Pelosi "a nasty, vindictive, terrible person". The speaker defended her position with, "I say nearly every day that the president is involved in a criminal cover-up, he just chose to pick it up that day".More news: Zion Williamson Suing Florida Marketing Firm
Rep. Steve Cohen continued Thursday to advocate for impeachment proceedings to begin following President Trump's comments saying he would potentially accept foreign dirt on his 2020 opponents.
Nadler said the US House of Representatives intends to get testimony from former Special Counsel Robert Mueller in the near future and will subpoena him if necessary.More news: Antitrust Issues Against Big Tech Worth Exploring
"I think the Mueller report very clearly spells out at least ten or 11 instances of obstruction of justice", Pelosi said.
When asked if she would support an inquiry if a majority of her caucus wants to go forward with it, the speaker dismissed the question, saying that "it's not even close in our caucus" and later saying, "why are we even speculating on hypothetical?"
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And so far, only one Republican lawmaker in Congress has indicated they would support an impeachment inquiry: Justin Amash of MI. She accused Trump again of engaging in a "criminal cover-up" and believes he is neglecting the oath he took when he stepped into office. "But I'm not here to have that discussion".