Some Democrats are spending a "lot of energy" on impeachment when it is "very unlikely" to happen when they should instead focus on reforming healthcare, Rep. Debbie Dingell said Thursday.
"I think an impeachment would divide this country if we were not done it a bipartisan basis," the Michigan Democrat told Fox News' "Outnumbered Overtime." "I think everybody loves to speculate about this, but the fact of the matter is that I am focused on working an agenda for the people and that Republicans and Democrats need to worry about delivering for the American people on prescription drugs and infrastructure."
She further refused to speculate on special counsel Robert Mueller's report, before it has been released.
"I will not engage in parsing words on a report I have not seen," Dingell said. "None of us have seen it. We don't know what's in it. We've had a lot of people make assumptions on both sides."
Dingell said she's also focused on trade, as "we need a level playing field for our workers."
Meanwhile, Dingell said she's co-chairing the Medicare for All caucus because she thinks all Americans have the right to affordable, quality healthcare "so that if they are sick they don't worry about going to the doctor."
Trump also needs to concentrate on healthcare reform before the 2020 election, not after, said Dingell.
"Isn't it about time that every person that lives in this country, if they are sick, doesn't have to worry about if they have cancer, whether it's worth having a mammogram because they can't get the treatment?" she said.
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