House Speaker Nancy Pelosi knows the ramification of impeaching President Donald Trump, as she knows that attempt will be seen by half of Americans as a "limp attempt at a soft coup," talk show host Joe Concha said Tuesday.
"It'll all be for show anyway," Concha, a media reporter for The Hill, commented on Fox News' "Fox and Friends." "People want lawmakers, Democrats who took the house in November, to solve problems, not go down this road. There's no appetite for it."
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren, by making a quick call for Trump's impeachment, is throwing a "Hail Mary," even though it's early in the primary game," Concha added.
"If you look at the polling, it's a rudderless campaign," said Concha. "She doesn't seem to get any traction."
Meanwhile, Pelosi was in Washington during the impeachment proceedings for then-President Bill Clinton, at a time when Republican cited obstruction of justice as one reason they wanted him removed from office.
"Everybody knew it was all for show because there was no way at that time lawmakers were able to get two-thirds of the Senate to remove that president," said Concha.
The day after Clinton was impeached, his Gallup approval rating was at 73 percent, and when he left office, it was at 65%, because he was seen as a sympathetic figure, he added.
"It led to the launching of another political career in Hillary Clinton because she was seen as a sympathetic figure," said Concha. "Nancy Pelosi has seen this."
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