Pelosi made it clear that action will be taken in a letter to colleagues on Saturday night.
Pelosi wrote: “When we took the oath of office, we promised the American people that we would protect our democracy seriously.” “Therefore, we bear absolute responsibility for those who attack our democracy. It must be admitted that this blasphemy is caused by the president. Inciting.”
Pelosi also made it clear that members should be prepared to return to Washington next week to take action.
The inner reality of January 6 promoted the unity of the core group. Five people were killed that day, and legislators were sent-for a period of time in the House of Representatives, a mob shouting for violence slammed into the Capitol. Outside doors-scattered in undisclosed areas under the guard of heavily armed law enforcement officers.
But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made it clear in a memo circulated last week that even if the House of Representatives moves Trump to be impeached in the next few days, the Senate will not reopen before January 19. This will enable the trial to begin on January 20. -The date of Biden’s inauguration.
Since then, the Senate has hardly been able to take no action before the trial until the end of the trial, which was evident in the first Trump impeachment trial.
Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives have begun to consider what Biden’s few days as president might mean-from confirming the cabinet nomination to the radical stimulus plan he plans to implement from the beginning of his term. The Democrats specifically raised this issue in their leadership appeal on Saturday night because they tried to deal with the complex situation.
Pelosi made it clear in his letter to colleagues that the road forward is still ongoing.
She wrote: “We will continue to hold meetings with members, constitutional experts and others.” “I continue to welcome your comments.”
The California Democratic Party not only called on Trump to resign, but also urged Vice President Mike Pence and the cabinet to invoke the “25th Amendment” to remove the president from office.
But Pelosi told colleagues in a conference call that if Friday does not happen, it is a real choice, and pointed out that the House Democratic Caucus now has more support for Trump’s impeachment than the first impeachment in 2019. Trump Trump has more support.
According to a source, Pelosi said: “The president chose to be an insurgent.” “How we move forward is the subject of this core issue.”
The Democrats of the House of Representatives plan to propose their impeachment resolution during the next session of the House of Representatives on Monday. The latest draft impeachment resolution obtained by CNN includes an impeachment clause against “sedition”.
The House Rules Committee is expected to meet on Monday or Tuesday to approve a rule that will have a floor debate on the impeachment resolution, and Raskin will draft a bill to create an invocation of the 25th amendment New mechanism.
This story has been updated with more details on Sunday.
CNN’s Lauren Fox, Manu Raju and Jeremy Herb contributed to this report.