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Last month, Reid told The New York Times that Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, was "handling things the right way" with seeking witnesses to testify before seeking to impeach Trump — but urged caution about impeachment. … [Read more...] about Harry Reid Calls Impeachment Inquiry Right Thing to Do
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Dispatches from NBC’s embeds NBC’s Julia Jester spoke with Ohio voters in Dayton, Ohio and at Ohio State University about the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry. Some, like one student from Toledo, Ohio attending OSU said, “I'm excited to see the impeachment proceedings begin. Because I think that they're important in protecting our national security,” and continued that impeachment could be “an opportunity to unite people.” Others cautioned that impeachment would be a “back burner” issue. A woman from Texas attending OSU said, “I think that had they wanted to impeach President Trump, they should have done it before the primaries and before the 2020 election, because it'll just you unite a Republican base around a common enemy.” … [Read more...] about For Pelosi, starting an impeachment inquiry was the easy part
Trump has said he has done nothing wrong, characterizing the call as both "beautiful" and also "nothing." Zelenskiy, standing alongside Trump at a press conference Wednesday at the United Nations, also suggested he didn't want to get involved in U.S. politics, and "nobody pushed me." … [Read more...] about Pelosi has launched an impeachment inquiry. Now what?