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Nancy Pelosi 'isn't going to be able to hold off' impeachment push from inside her party, senior House Dem tells Fox News

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 21 May 2019
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could soon be left with no choice but to embrace calls from some within her party to impeach President Trump, one senior Democrat told Fox News.
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It is looking increasingly more likely that Democrats will initiate an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, as a growing number of Democrats indicate their support for the move. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who has attempted to quell calls for impeachment among her caucus, accused the...

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