Transcript for Trump to meet with top Democrats as impeachment calls grow
Okay, ginger, welcome back. To Washington now where president trump is set to meet top Democrats, Nancy Pelosi and chuck Schumer later today. To see if they can reach a deal to rebuild America's infrastructure but it comes on the hiels of emergency meetings of house Democrats where the speaker will face growing calls to start impeachment proceedings against trump. The president appeared to lay down new conditions on an infrastructure deal overnight. Reporter: He did, George. Good morning. If there's one thing that Americans agree in this very divided time, it's that the country needs a gait big 21st infrastructure package. The rare meeting between Nancy Pelosi and chuck Schumer and president trump but at the last minute president trump said he's not going to do infrastructure until congress passes his new nafta agreement which is in some trouble up here so even when it looks like they can agree, they can't agree. They say they have questions about whether the president wants to pay for it. One of the reasons it will be awkward is because Nancy Pelosi will be coming separate from a meeting with her Democrats talking impeachment. Reporter: This is such a serious challenge for speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi, George. With more and more members of the house of representatives, Democrat, coming out calling for impeachment, it's not a lot, 25 or so out of 235 Democrats, but they're getting more vocal. They're stoking the base and saying that they have to go towards impeachment because they see the white house just absolutely stonewalling any possible investigation or oversight. They see a shift in power from congress to the presidency and believe they have to defend that and that impeachment is the likely way, but public support for it is decidedly tepid right now. Yeah, not right now. Meantime, a leak from the internal revenue service which calls into questions the president's position on not releasing his tax returns. Reporter: That's right, George. "The Washington post" is reporting that a confidential memo from the irs, a staff memo, said that the president must turn over his tax returns when congress asks for them. This is obviously not the position of the administration. This whole thing is going to court. Maybe the supreme court across the street here. Terry Moran, thanks very much. Robin. Another busy day in D.C.
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