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"Why he just said what he did investigating. The president is the constitutionally prescribed role of congress or investigative doing oversight of the executive branch. And that's what he's doing now going now impeachment is a whole other thing. First of all, it's a political decision. And like he said, you don't wanna do it unless you have bipartisan buyin and also there's going to be a question of timing at these investigations. I assume we're going to take a long time because Democrats are trying to lay out a case bit by bit of what the president did how he abused power. How he might have obstructed Justice. How he might violated other laws that takes time pretty soon we're going to get into election season. And there's going to be a big question. Should you move to impeach the president before an election? When voters the most legitimate democratic thing"