Friday, 23 August 2019
Latest news
Main » Nancy Pelosi Boots Mike Pence From His House Office

Nancy Pelosi Boots Mike Pence From His House Office

16 March 2019

This is news. I'm going to give you some news right now because I haven't said this to any press person before.

The Estonian president also thanked Ms Pelosi and the members of the US Congress for their supportive attitude toward Estonia and Europe alike, but also sanctions placed on Russian Federation in connection with the war in Ukraine.

Trump subsequently retweeted Diamond and Silk, a seeming endorsement of their analysis of the Hatch Act, which says that most executive branch employees are prohibited from engaging in certain political activities.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Kersti Kaljulaid in Washington on Wednesday. 13 March 2019. Source Office of the President
Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Kersti Kaljulaid in Washington on Wednesday. 13 March 2019. Source Office of the President

Mr. Pence is an annoyance, and a snoop, as well as an evangelical bigot, and Pelosi wants him to do his Trump-thumping somewhere else.

For two full years, Democrats pinned their hopes on the report of the special counsel finding evidence of collusion with Russian Federation to initiate action against Mr. Trump. "While we have impeachment authority, we need to be very cognizant of what the American people believe, and I agree with the speaker, that the probability of success is low, and the distraction would be major. No, I don't think he's fit to be president of the United States", Pelosi said.

Pelosi and others have cited the example of the failed impeachment of Democrat Bill Clinton in 1998, which produced a popular backlash that cost the Republicans seats in the House in the 1998 elections-although, significantly, the Republicans kept control of the House and then, emboldened by the spineless Democratic Party reaction to the attempted political coup against Clinton, stole the 2000 presidential election and installed George W. Bush in the White House. "We are not governing with a focus on impeachment".

More news: HBO confirms epic runtimes of Game of Thrones' final episodes

Trump was referring to an interview published Monday in the Washington Post Magazine in which Pelosi, who returned to power after Democrats won decisively in last year's midterms, said, "I'm not for impeachment".

Asked whether he was fit to be commander-in-chief, she said: "Are we talking ethically?

We don't have the facts yet, but we're going to initiate proper investigations", he said.

More news: Ravens rebound to secure RB Ingram, FS Thomas as free agents

Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer know Trump is in hot water.

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said that she continued to support impeachment but would "defer to party leadership" on the decision not to move forward now.

More news: Oakland Raiders Release WR Jordy Nelson

Nancy Pelosi Boots Mike Pence From His House Office