Our Verdict: Steyer won't let politics stand in the way of impeachment.
"I'm going to bring it the floor of the House again", Green said Tuesday morning on C-SPAN's "Washington Journal".
But there is no suggestion, in any of the ongoing discussions by Democrats, for and against impeachment, of citing Trump's defiance of the congressional power to appropriate funds, laid down in Article I of the Constitution, as one of the possible articles of impeachment.
Whether or not to impeach is a political decision that Pelosi and her caucus could still have to make, especially if Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III's investigation turns up damaging enough evidence of 2016 campaign coordination with Russian Federation that involved Trump or that his aides kept him informed about.
Vice President Mike Pence had his U.S. House office space on the Capitol reportedly revoked by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Pelosi's declaration that "he's just not worth it" is a tacit admission that there is no substance whatsoever to the anti-Russian campaign.
Democratic Caucus Chairman Hakeem Jeffries of NY made this point bluntly: "We did not run on impeachment. No, I don't think he's fit to be president of the United States", she stated.
"I think the more candidates the better", he said.
Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) said, "One could imagine a President who committed a felony and the House simply decided, for the good of the country, it wasn't an important felony, it was just a mistake, it's something we can deal with after a presidential term. We are not governing with a focus on impeachment".
"There has been strong bipartisan support for Estonia, NATO and transatlantic relations in both houses of Congress", Ms Kaljulaid said at her meeting with Ms Pelosi according to a press release.
"Nancy Pelosi is smart to say there shouldn't be an impeachment, because there's no grounds to do it", McCarthy said. "Nancy says in her statement in The Washington Post, we know he's unfit for office".
- Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez might not be willing to take "no" for an answer.
The week after Cohen's testimony, House Democrats on the Judiciary Committee did exactly what the vast majority of voters said they should do: They issued document requests to more than 80 people and entities in support of their investigation into Trump.