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Some moderate Democrats are expected to defect, if the full house votes on impeachment: reports

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House leaders reportedly expect to lose as many as half a dozen votes of moderate Democrats in swing districts or those that supported President Trump in 2016, when the full House votes on the question of confidence next week.represented

Two Democrats-Reps. Collin Peterson of Minnesota, and Jeff Van Drew, New Jersey rules — against the impeachment package in September, but a number of officials of the “Washington Post said,” on the condition of anonymity that they expect more.

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In spite of the expected customer loss, Democrats should be more than enough votes, if the prosecution comes to a full house vote in the judiciary hearings this week. To lose including, the independent voice of former Republican Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan, Democrats can afford on 17 votes out of the side of the Ganges.

No Republicans are expected to vote for the impeachment.

Van Drew has already said he will vote against the impeachment plans.

“I don’t see anything, it actually earned under a President from office,” he said, according to USA Today. “I am concerned about the division of our nation.”

“I don’t see anything, it actually earned under a President from office. I am concerned about splitting our nation apart.”

— U.S. Rep., Jeff Van Drew, D-N. J.

U.S. Rep., Jeff Van Drew, D-N. J.

Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-Mich., She said she wants to take the weekend to think about your voice.

“I need to just want to get a breath. You take a deep breath. It is a hard decision for me,” she said, according to Reuters.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that she’s going to pressure the moderates to vote for impeachment.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Walks, for the visit of a health event in the Capitol in Washington, Dec. 11, 2019. (Associated Press)

“I have no message to you. We are not the whipping boys of this legislation, yet we ever wanted with something like this,” Pelosi told reporters, according to The hill. “They will make their own decisions. I say nothing to you.”

Democrats’ two of the indictment against trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

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After a marathon session Thursday, the House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, is delayed a vote on the article until Friday morning.

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