COLORADO, USA — Two of Colorado’s Democratic members of the U.S. House sound ready to move forward with an impeachment inquiry targeting President Trump: Reps. Diana DeGette and Joe Neguse.
And the other two say they are weighing options.
DeGette, D-Denver, said the president’s refusal to cooperate “in any way” is forcing Democrats’ hand on an impeachment investigation.
“This is far beyond what happened with the Nixon cover-up,” she said of the former president and the break-in at the Democratic National Committee at the Watergate Hotel in 1972.
“It’s really Donald Trump trying to continuously obstruct justice in the most public of ways.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday said the White House is crying out for impeachment, but she cautioned that Democrats must use restraint.
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