Democrats divided over whether it's time to open impeachment inquiry

Nancy Pelosi says that she is "not for impeachment", and if Donald freaking Trump cannot be impeached, then no president can.

Ramos did suggest early on that the House subpoena might be too broad, but that is a big difference from saying they're unlawful - which is what Trump lawyers were looking for. "Stonewalling Congress on witnesses and the unredacted Mueller report only enhances the President's appearance of guilt, and as a result, he has pushed Congress to a point where we must start an impeachment inquiry". The meeting lasted only a few minutes.

The trio were due to discuss spending on aging U.S. roads and bridges, a rare possible area of agreement between the White House and its political antagonists.

Pelosi has said she believes Trump is "goading" Democrats into impeachment as a political tactic. Trump holds that the Democrat-led investigations are an attempt at a "do-over" of the two-year special counsel probe after it found no evidence of wrongdoing by the president.

Across the aisle, House Speaker Pelosi told reporters that Amash's tweet "speaks volumes about the absence of any sound from the Republicans on the unethical behavior of the Trump administration".

"Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer claimed the president's storm-out was a setup and he never meant to negotiate over infrasctructure spending in the first place", the Mail said.

She added that "In any event, I pray for the president of the United States". Trump attorney Jay Sekulow said that they "will be filing a timely notice of appeal to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals".

"Once Congress has passed USMCA, we should turn our attention to a bipartisan infrastructure package, " Trump said.

"I think it's a process and it's something that should be begun", Rep. Amash told reporters as he left the Capitol Monday.

Schumer said after Trump's Rose Garden meltdown that "to watch what happened in the White House would make your jaw drop". "And he came up with this pre-planned excuse".

Bruins Bounce Jackets From Playoffs
If it's Mrazek, the Bruins have proven that his aggressiveness can be used against him. "I don't look any further than that". This postseason, the Bruins are 4-2 in away games and have outscored their opponents 17-7 in the four games they have won.

The president is demanding Democrats end what he called their "phony investigations" before he will negotiate with them on issues like infrastructure.

Democrats quickly fired back, claiming that the U.S. president had planned the stunt in advance and what happened at the White House would "make your jaw drop".

The redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report documented alarming misconduct and obstruction of justice by President Trump.

"Another Day, another very important ruling", House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) said. It was no coincidence that both members spoke out after former White House counsel Don McGahn refused to testify before Congress, in deliberate defiance of a subpoena issued by the House Judiciary Committee.

The decision ended a standoff between the committee and the Justice Department for access to counterintelligence reports generated by Mueller during his probe.

The White House also says that people on Trump's staff can not legally be compelled to testify - an argument that Nadler disagrees with.

Media captionWhat does it take to impeach a president?

The subpoenas seek testimony and documents in connection with the committee's probe of whether the president obstructed Mueller's inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 USA election and contacts between Trump's campaign team and Moscow.

President Donald Trump told Democratic leaders in a letter Tuesday that he expects them to ratify his USMCA trade deal before they strike an agreement on infrastructure.

  • Sonia Alvarado