Pelosi calls for family 'intervention' with Trump

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"All they are geared up to do, six committees, is squander time, day after day, trying to find anything which will be bad for me", Trump said on Twitter a day after he abruptly walked out of a White House meeting with Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer about infrastructure spending.

"When you say 'a personal attack, ' did you hear what she said about me long before I went after her?"

As for himself, Trump declared, "I'm an extremely stable genius".

Ms. Pelosi shot back.

There was more, before and after that exchange, for political enthusiasts with the time and interest to follow along.

"I think that this may be the beginning of the next year with the two of them just going to be nearly impossible to be in the same room and work together", he said on "Mornings with Maria" Friday.

Amash tweeted that he believes Trump's actions "meet the threshold for impeachment" and he likely would have been indicted on obstruction of justice charges had he not been president.

Recently in the White House, we saw a spectacle that would have embarrassed even Trump's cult-of-personality role model, Kim Jong Un. This week, she became the subject of an unusual viral video intentionally slowed down to create the impression of slurred speech, which proliferated across Facebook and other social media platforms with the help of, among many others, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani.

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Pelosi said Thursday that Trump wants opposition Democratic lawmakers to impeach him, but that the case has yet to be made to start a formal impeachment inquiry.

On Thursday, subtlety went by the wayside. Thirty-nine per cent of the respondents said yes; fifty-six per cent said no. The proportion supporting impeachment had fallen by three percentage points since the pollsters asked the same question in March.

Pelosi on Thursday also said Trump's family or members of his administration need to stage "an intervention".

"Let me be very clear: the president's behavior, as far as his obstruction of justice, the things that he is doing, it's in plain sight, it can not be denied - ignoring subpoenas, obstruction of justice", Pelosi said Thursday to reporters. "She's lost it", Trump said.

Mr. Trump denied he wanted the House to formally charge him. You had the group-crying Chuck, insane Nancy. The key to doing this, she believes, is to replicate what the Democrats did during the 2018 midterms: adopt a broad approach that appeals to centrist and nonaligned voters and also to confirmed Democrats, and avoids letting the radical Leftists in her conference get too far out in front of the American public.

"Sometimes when we're talking to him he agrees", she said, only to change his mind.

"That's a good idea", she said with a smile. "I hope it's going to be nice, but perhaps it won't be". "Not that they haven't been thinking about it". The meeting topic supposedly was a massive infrastructure plan that was always doomed to fail - for weeks each side has been merely positioning to blame the other for the failure.

"For some reason, maybe it was lack of confidence on his part. he took a pass, and it just makes me wonder why he did that", she told reporters back on Capitol Hill. Again, I pray for the president of the United States.

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