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House Speaker Pelosi holds news conference amid impeachment probe – 10/31/2019

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi speaks at a news conference. The House voted Thursday on a resolution outlining the next steps in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

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House Speaker Pelosi holds news conference amid impeachment probe – 10/31/2019

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  1. So Sorry angry democrat sore loser Nancy Pelosi’s but your Coup Resolution and Impeachment move against President Trump Undermines the Constitution. It will blow up in the Democrat Party faces come the 2020 elections. President Trump will get re-elected in 2020 because the Democrats have nobody that can beat Trump, so that’s why you’re trying to impeach him.

  2. @0:18 she starts saying she has been trying to impeach the president for a really long time, and she thinks to herself wtf am I saying. She pauses and she talks about something irrelevant lol

  3. I can’t prove that the Russians are up to anything, but based on the comments here, I’m guessing that someone has enlisted help of a group of barely literate trolls. Can’t you come up with something at least slightly intelligent? Oh, there is one. Yep NAFTA was a mistake. Pelosi voted for it. So did a majority of Republicans and 3/4 of the Senate. According to the United States International Trade Commission, Trumps modified agreement will offer “modest” improvements over NAFTA, for the U.S. economy. That doesn’t justify illegal behavior, if he’s guilty.


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