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Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., said on Wednesday that while its voters want a transparent investigation into President Donald Trump, the call for impeachment is premature.
“I don’t have it. I said, the bar is very high, we should not pre-empt anything and we should wait for the proof before we said the resolution,” Khanna, “America’s Newsroom.”
“My voters want it to be an open, aggressive investigation with all the facts, be transparent. You want to released the Mueller report. You want to see what happens with the Southern district of New York investigation. You don’t want to have to go through the process, I think they want us to tire a little garden, and do you understand the gravity of the charges and that there is a very high bar.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., down charge played at the beginning of this month, the President said, “it’s not worth it.”
Khanna believes a positive message for Americans is important, and the focus is Pelosi.
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“You have the most communities that have been left behind will be interested in what we do to build infrastructure, what do we do to deal with health care, what we do, prescription medicines,” Khanna says. “We have a positive agenda for the American people and I think that is what is focused on Nancy Pelosi.”
Khanna supports the lowering of the voting age to 16, something Pelosi until recently.
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“I have always been in favour of reducing the voting age to 16,” Pelosi said last week at a press conference.
“I just think that our country so desperately needs to learn this the next generation about the Constitution, the Declaration of independence, says a common American identity,” Khanna. “If we allow this to happen in high school, I think you would be a lot of votes and a contribution to the country.”