Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi exercised her power to overthrow a faction of Democrats mobilizing for the removal of President Trump, but frustrated members within the party said the president was at a distance from Collapse of this dam, "according to a report released Sunday.
Since taking office in the House, Pelosi has prevented her party's Liberal wing from pursuing the impeachment process, encouraging it to focus on other issues such as health care.
"I do not think we can do more divisive than remove a US president, so you have to do it very carefully," Pelosi told CNN on Sunday. "It has to be about the truth and the facts to bring you to any decision that has to be there."
Some lawmakers say that their respect for Pelosi is out of respect for the speaker's political expertise and agree that dismissal would do more harm than good.
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"She's the smartest strategist we've ever had … People do not want to guess her because she's been right on so many fronts," said Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill. At the Washington Post.
But other Democratic lawmakers, like Rep. Kurt Schrader, D-Ore, admit that they follow the party line out of fear.
"First, you want to be part of the team and support the leader's position, but secondly, you worry about yourself and … what can happen if you do not follow," Schrader told the newspaper.
Some argue that the fact that President Trump defies Congressional investigators will eventually narrow the gap between moderate Democrats and his Liberal wing.
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Gerald E. Connolly, representative of Virginia, described Pelosi's position on the Democrats as "fragile" because "we are somehow an event, an explosive testimony, a Trump action away from the collapse of this dam.
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Democrats' pro-impeachment camp screamed this week after Trump told ABC in an interview that he would be ready to listen to whether a foreign government was messing up an opponent. Yet despite the usual chorus of indictment, Pelosi did not move an inch on the impeachment after Trump's comments.
Chad Pergram from Fox News contributed to this story.