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"I'll simply say all options are on the table, that's all I'm going to say publicly", Nadler told reports on Tuesday when asked about possibly supporting impeachment proceedings.
"I don't even want to talk about him", she said". 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".
Last week Trump called Pelosi, the most powerful U.S. Democrat, "a disgrace. a nasty, vindictive, disgusting person".
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Pelosi noted that she had declined to criticize Trump during a television interview in France because she does not criticize the president when overseas.
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) holds her weekly news conference with Capitol Hill reporters in Washington, U.S., May 23, 2019.
"I think the Mueller report very clearly spells out at least 10 or 11 instances of obstruction of justice, but I'm not here to have that discussion", she said at the event.
While she did not confirm on Tuesday whether she did in fact express that sentiment to her caucus, she did not deny it either. "Do people think there's some impeachable offenses that the President committed? Yes".
Pelosi continued to urge caution on impeaching Trump, but she also argued that the country elected Congress to perform oversight on Trump, asking "what is it about the Republicans in Congress, how much more can they bear of the president's unethical behavior that they think that they are honoring their oath of office?" "Are they criminal? Many people think they are".