House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday night that her chamber will push ahead with enactment to impeach President Trump this week.
“In securing our Constitution and our Democracy, we will act with earnestness, since this President speaks to an impending danger to both,” Pelosi said in a letter to the House sketching out the following stages in their impeachment cycle.
“As the days pass by, the ghastliness of the continuous attack on our majority rules system executed by this President is strengthened as is the prompt requirement for activity,” she composed.
The House will initially attempt to compel Vice President Mike Pence and the Cabinet to eliminate Trump by conjuring the 25th Amendment, as per Pelosi’s letter.
On the off chance that enactment to execute that is obstructed by Republicans, which is normal, there will be a full House vote on Tuesday, the letter said.
The House would then move to think about the article of impeachment, Pelosi said. The day for an impeachment vote was not set.
Rep. Ted Liu said early Sunday night that it had 210 cosponsors in the House.
In any case, House Democratic Whip James Clyburn said on Sunday that the gathering may stand by until after President-elect Joe Biden’s 100 days to convey it to the Senate.