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Trump ends meet with top Democrats to Nancy Pelosi accused him of committing a “cover-up”; reaction and analysis on ‘the Five.’
The democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders seems to be the idea of the impeachment of President Trump, say, embrace it “can also start time” for an investigation.
On CNN on Wednesday afternoon after the scrapped infrastructure meeting between Trump and democratic legislators, Sanders began with the words, it was “unheard of”, for the President to “storm out of the meeting.”
“We have a President who is so sensitive, the people attacking, who humiliates the people every day,” Sanders told CNN’s Jake Tapper. “And if he don’t take a little criticism, he should think twice as the President of the United States.”
When asked whether he agreed with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif, about your claim that Trump’s “engaging in a cover-up,” Sanders struggled to answer with certainty say that Tapper is “of course very difficult to get in the President’s mind” because he is a “pathological liar.”
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“I think if he continues to understand that the Constitution of the United States, the separation of powers, the fact that Congress has every right to subpoena and it is the task of the management to participate in the hearings, that the Congress does not call, if he understands that it may be well to begin in time for a law enforcement investigation, where the justice Committee starts to determine whether or not there are grounds for prosecution,” said Sanders.
A growing number of 2020 candidates expressed their support for the law enforcement, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, and former Congressman Beto O’rourke.