A slim majority of Americans believe President Donald Trump should be impeached and removed from office for his controversial Ukraine actions, according to the first poll after the launch of public hearings in Congress.
Pelosi told reporters that lawmakers had "no choice" but to act after they observed what she called a violation of the Constitution by the president.
The ABC/Ipsos poll showed a portion of Americans who locked in their thoughts even before the hearings came into play: 32% say they made up their minds before news on Trump and Ukraine even emerged.
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi holds her weekly news conference on November 21, 2019 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Pelosi said that the House Intelligence Committee may call more witnesses to publicly testify in the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
The hearings last Wednesday and Friday saw veteran USA diplomats support allegations that Trump pressured the Ukraine government to help him find political dirt on rival Democrats and former vice president Joe Biden, who could face Trump in next year's presidential reelection.
Trump doubled down on his reaction to the public testimony of EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland, which Trump said was "fantastic" and proved that he "did absolutely nothing wrong", despite how Sondland's testimony was damning.
Sondland outlined how there was a quid pro quo agreement linking a White House visit in exchange for Ukraine's president announcing the investigations requested by Trump.