Democrats should wait and see how special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation wraps up before they decide if they should push for President Donald Trump's impeachment, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., said Wednesday.
"We are about to get the Mueller report," Sen. Warren, a 2020 presidential candidate, told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Wednesday. "We have a lot of other information. Let's wait until we get the Mueller report. Combine it with everything else we've seen . . . when it comes, we will know what to do."
Earlier this week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., told The Washington Post she does not favor seeking impeachment because she is concerned the move would be decisive and she does not think Trump is "worth it."
"I'm not sure where Nancy is," Warren said. "That's not the point."
Meanwhile, the senator said she is "not afraid of anyone, and particularly not Donald Trump," when asked how she would face him on a debate stage or in a presidential race.
"People have told me, for most of my life, what's too hard to get done," Warren said, noting her fight against the nation's banks.
"My response was, I got in the fight. I got in the fight and stayed in the fight," said Warren, adding she is "not even a little bit" afraid to get in Trump's face if she needs to.
She also said she does not believe Vice President Mike Pence to be an "honorable" man, because "anyone who engages in the kind of homophobia and attacks on people who are different from himself is not an honorable person. That's not what honorable people do."
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