‘A sad day’: Nancy Pelosi shuts down applause after impeachment vote

House speaker emphasizes that vote was sad occasion, and reportedly instructed her caucus not to appear celebratory It may have been the moment Democrats had long awaited, but Nancy Pelosi wasnt about to allow a celebration. In a moment that quickly went viral, the House speaker appeared to sternly silence House Democrats who began to applaud as she announced the final vote on the first of two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump. Peter Stevenson (@PeterWStevenson) The glare Pelosi gave her caucus when some Dems started to clap after she announced the first article of impeachment passed December 19, 2019 Pelosi has emphasized throughout the day that Wednesdays vote was a sad occasion, and had reportedly instructed her caucus not …

Warrens Medicare for All Plan Hit by Left, Right & Center

When Sen. Elizabeth Warren released her long-awaited plan for implementing universal health care on Friday, skepticism that her plan goes too far was to be expected from the Democratic presidential campaigns centrist lane. But two days after the Massachusetts senator dropped her told ABC News on Saturday, alleging that Warrens proposal could have a very negative impact on middle-class job creation. I think we have a better way, which is a 7.5-percent payroll tax, which is far more I think progressive, because itll not impact employers of low wage workers but hit significantly employers of upper income people, added Sanders, who last week told CNBCs John Harwood that told Don Berwick and former Obama-era labor economist the author of the …