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Nancy Pelosi Kicked Out Staffers to Have ‘Candid’ Conversation About Impeachment

House Speaker locked down her caucus meeting ability without notice

 on 4th December 2019 @ 8.00pm
staff were kicked out before pelosi ordered members to check their phones ahead of a caucus meeting © press
Staff were kicked out before Pelosi ordered members to check their phones ahead of a caucus meeting

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) reportedly kicked out staff before ordering members to check their phones ahead of a caucus meeting so she could have a “candid” discussion on the impeachment inquiry with Democrat members.

Washington Post contributor and CNN political analyst, Rachael Bade, reported that Pelosi locked down her caucus meeting ability without notice.

“INTRIGUING: Pelosi has kicked out staff and is making members check cell phones going into caucus today so she can have a candid convo with her members on impeachment,” Bade reported, adding that a sign at the door read, “NO ENTRANCE.”

According to reports, aides ensured no one except lawmakers could enter the room:

“Ahead of the first Judiciary impeachment hearing, two major huddles by both parties: Pelosi talking impeachment with members & kicking out staff to crack down on leaks,” Bade noted.

aides ensured no one except lawmakers could enter the room  according to reports © press
Aides ensured no one except lawmakers could enter the room, according to reports

Last month, Neon Nettle reported public support for impeachment is falling, according to the Emerson poll.

Emerson reported the fundamental change has been among independent voters.

"President Trump’s approval has increased in the last month with 48% approval and 47% disapproval, a bounce from 43% approval in the last Emerson National poll in October," according to the analysis.

public support for impeachment is falling  according to the emerson poll © press
Public support for impeachment is falling, according to the Emerson poll

In October, Pelosi dismissed suggestions that the American public should have a say over the impeachment of Trump, declaring, "the voters are NOT going to decide."

Pelosi was asked during her Thursday press conference whether it should be left to the American people to decide in November 2020 whether President Trump should stay in office.

"The voters are not going to decide whether we honor our oath of office," Pelosi said.

Speaker Pelosi added that the Democrats' push to impeach their president is not about politics, it's about "patriotism."

[RELATED] Petition to ‘Impeach Nancy Pelosi for Treason’ Goes Viral

 

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