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As House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Donald Trump faced off over the Democrats’ impeachment effort — creating a potential constitutional crisis — Pelosi’s next move remained unclear on Wednesday as the White House and congressional Republicans demanded a full House vote on approving a formal inquiry.

Pelosi has rejected that argument — for now. But betting that pressure may build on Pelosi to hold that vote, the White House appeared to have made some headway in steering the impeachment narrative away from the facts surrounding the whistleblower’s complaint, and toward the process dictating the investigation.

Asked on Wednesday whether he would cooperate with Pelosi’s impeachment inquiry if it’s authorized by a full House vote, Trump told reporters, “we would if they give us our rights, it depends,” but then went on to repeat a long list of White House complaints and the qualifier, “if the rules are fair … if Republicans get a fair shake.” Read more

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As House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Donald Trump faced off over the Democrats’ impeachment effort — creating a potential constitutional crisis — Pelosi’s next move remained unclear on Wednesday as the White House and congressional Republicans demanded a full House vote on approving a formal inquiry.

As House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Donald Trump faced off over the Democrats’ impeachment effort — creating a potential constitutional crisis — Pelosi’s next move remained unclear on Wednesday as the White House and congressional Republicans demanded a full House vote on approving a formal inquiry.

As House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Donald Trump faced off over the Democrats’ impeachment effort — creating a potential constitutional crisis — Pelosi’s next move remained unclear on Wednesday as the White House and congressional Republicans demanded a full House vote on approving a formal inquiry.