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House Democrats prior to an election in nine months, have to deal with whether the prosecution of further investigations, the President of Trump after his acquittal in the Senate, and the freshness of the White house, the actions you say, the demand control.
Democrats want to look to whether the President influenced improperly by the Ministry of justice sentencing recommendation for a Trump-familiar casting Trump as encouraged by the end of the impeachment process. At the same time, party leaders are eager to focus on pocketbook issues for voters, such as health care, and Democrats are wary of the introduction of another protracted fight with the White house, that could backfire in November.
Speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif, takes part in a press conference during the Munich security conference in Munich, Germany.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., staked out a middle ground Thursday. She said the house has no role Trump has played in the Federal Prosecutor’s decision to reduce the initial sentencing recommendation for Roger stone, was convicted of lying to Congress and witness tampering should investigate. Pelosi called for such alleged interference by an “abuse of power,” echoing the charge in the first of the two impeachment articles.
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But Pelosi also said go to the house Democrats to “spend all of our time to go to every lie that the administration hand-make a long”, and stressed that a priority to work with the administration on reducing prescription drug costs. It signals that no new probes, instead, show, according to a statement by attorney General William Barr scheduled for March and a request made by the Senate Democrats for an investigation by the justice Department inspector General.
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White House press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, said Democrats are trying “to manufacture more ‘investigations.'” She said: “At a certain point, you would think that they would take a page from the president’s book and dedicate himself to work for the country, but I don’t think.”
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