Karine Jean-Pierre and Fernand Amandi commend Speaker Pelosi's impeachment game on Joy Reid's show today.
The Speaker will not be rushed into sending the impeachment articles to the Senate if they continue to treat it as a joke.
After the House of Representatives voted to impeach Donald Trump on two articles of impeachment, the Speaker held a presser with committee leaders about plans for the future.
Of course, Trump was annoyed.
Charlie Savage summarizes the info coming out of the Speaker's and the Judiciary Committee's press conferences.
The Judiciary Committee will work through the recess, trying to get more information from the Mueller Report, as well as working to get Don McGahn to comply with subpoenas.
Frustrated by GOP pushback to Speaker Pelosi's resolution about racist tweets, the Democratic representative from Missouri gaveled himself out of the Chairman's position.
Acrimony over censure led Rep. Emanuel Cleaver to gavel himself out as Acting Speaker, and leave the dais.
At today's presser, Speaker Pelosi once again must school a reporter on how to do his job. It's getting tiring.
The White House is also now claiming executive privilege, which will translate to months of litigation.
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