Moral courage of caucus put ‘spring in my step’: Nancy Pelosi

The House speaker addressed the next steps in the impeachment process in the Senate.
3:31 | 12/19/19

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We've been hearing from people all of this country. In the last since last night and this morning. Seems that people have a spring in this want. To put the president was held accountable for his reckless behavior. No one is above the law and the constitution. Is if in law of the land. No one as the buffalo and the president. Has been held at camp. It really is interest in defeat full response that we are getting bipartisan cross party. I myself plan is today I had this spring and my guess because of the moral courage about clock. See them all so many of a hundred members go to the floor and told we had time to let us to go to the floor. And speak about our constitution. About the facts of the case. So clearly so patriotic clay so preferably. With a solemn. But so definitely. I have just to get this off the table right away. We teach the president immediately. Provide excellent for the next day and next thing for us will be glad we see. The process that is set forth in the senate. That one knows the number of managers that we may have to go forward. And who that was who would cheese. That's said last night that I'm saying now. The precedent for this and I met with my fifth chairs if for some fit together for a press conference after the votes last night. And we discussed the president of the all and that is in the the most recent. And KC. Taking up an impeachment. There was group. A proposal on the floor. Put together but in a bipartisan way 100 senators have voted for the process on how that would go forward. On the case of President Clinton. We would hope that they could come to some conclusion Mike that. Remains that we are ready. When we see what they have. We'll know who and how many we will send over. That film and say about that now when we bring the bill which is just seeing of their says bill they ignored by the rules committee that we can call if at any time. In order to send it over to the senate and to have his. Traditions and it paid for this that this could it impeachment. And then the next step in that. Kit. Whatever you want to call it that the trial. That is where you put the manage. Not prepared to that the managers and that deal yet because we don't know the arena that we hear and frankly I don't care what. Medal on day seven said this is it five. Again. But would like to see if their practice but was he that they had and we'll be ready for whatever it as. We would hope there would be a fair process just as we hope that they would under the constitution by the way. I felt some common thing at but I heard some of what Mitch McConnell said today and it reminded me that act founders when they wrote the constitution. They expected that there could be a blow president. I don't think they suspected that with emerald president and rogue leader in the senate at the same time.

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