"I said: 'Why don't you use this for impeachment?'" Trump said he asked Pelosi.
"Impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there's something so compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan, I don't think we should go down that path, because it divides the country". She said that the president is "just not worth it". That ended Wednesday morning.
In Lotter's opinion Pelosi is taking this stance on impeachment because she "knows the results of polling".
James this week subpoenaed Deutsche Bank and Investors Bank asking them for records on their dealings with the Trump Organization, which potentially opens up a new avenue of investigation against the president, who already faces probes from Congressional Democrats, special counsel Robert Mueller, and the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of NY.
But the speaker and other Democratic leaders in the House have said the decision would be based on such evidence - not about domestic factors like the economy.
In New York, federal prosecutors are examining the president's role in hush-money payments shortly before the election to porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal to keep them quiet about affairs they said they had with Trump.
"We can not forget for a moment that the elimination of weak spots in our region's defence capabilities ultimately strengthens the security of Estonia, Europe and the United States alike", she said.
Passing over Trump's attacks on democratic rights, such as the Muslim travel ban, the forced separation of immigrant parents and children, the encouragement of fascists and neo-Nazis, congressional Democrats have focused instead on the likely political impact of the passage of an impeachment resolution by the Democratic-controlled House, to be followed by acquittal of Trump in a trial before the Republican-controlled Senate.
Other top House Democrats backed Pelosi, including those conducting major investigations into actions by Trump that have been cited as potentially impeachable offenses.
Trump 2020 Strategic Communications Director Marc Lotter slams Democrats for embracing socialist policies.