House Speaker Nancy Pelosi threw a wet blanket over the impeachment inquiry on Tuesday night, telling reporters that the House would not hold a full vote authorizing an impeachment proceeding “at this time.” She took care to point out that the vote isn’t required.
"We're not here to call bluffs. We're here to find the truth," Speaker Nancy Pelosi says when asked about the decision not to hold an impeachment inquiry vote for now.
"This is not a game for us. This is deadly serious" https://t.co/D1Pc0tblZ8 pic.twitter.com/nZ1tNYr5pr
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House Intel Chair Adam Schiff: "The evidence of obstruction of Congress continues to mount."
"But even as that case for obstruction continues to build, we are nonetheless continuing to get good and important information from these courageous witnesses." https://t.co/8GWyAgeDTp pic.twitter.com/hgToRt5hiU
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