Pelosi is so 'done' with Trump, the 'diverter in chief'

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed President Donald Trump

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed President Donald Trump

"I think we'll see soldiers dying because this man will find a way to wag the dog", Cohen told CNN, "get us into a war to improve his standing and to make him feel like he's a man and not just the young guy that got sent off from the upper-east side of Manhattan to the military school upstate because he was a bad, young man".

Speaking to reporters, the U.S. House of Representatives' top Democrat said her caucus would continue to investigate Trump and his administration through their various committees, one day after Trump said he would take information from foreign sources on any political opponents and might not contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Trump lashed out at the speaker in an interview with Fox News from the Normany American Cemetery in France last week after reports revealed Pelosi told top House Democrats that she wanted to see the president in "prison" rather than impeached.

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?" How serious are they? "I doubt she's done with us", Mulvaney said.

But she maintained she doesn't criticize the president while she is on congressional delegate trips overseas.

However, she said of impeachment: "It's not off the table".

Right now, there are around 60 House Democrats who support an inquiry, a number that has risen in recent weeks but is still a fraction of the overall total of House Democrats.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed President Donald Trump.

The House speaker has consistently downplayed the possibility of impeachment and has outlined a high bar for the criteria she would want to see met before moving forward, including that she would want to see bipartisan support.

"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.

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