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Joy Behar changes her mind on impeaching Trump after Mueller hearing

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Joy Behar changes her mind on impeaching Trump after Mueller hearing

On Thursday, a day after Mueller's testimony, Behar pressed Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif. on Congress' plans to prevent foreign governments from interfering in future elections. Schiff also told “The View” co-hosts that “the evidence is in plain sight” on the issue of collusion between the Clinton Campaign, the DNC and Russia….But were not going to investigate our own!

Impeach him based on what exactly? Just because you dislike someone, or disagree with their methods isn't grounds for impeachment. Mueller had already stated that the report is his testimony. Why would anyone expect a different outcome? The left and the right need to move more towards center. The left more so than the right. Reparations, cancellation of student loan debt, free college and healthcare. Where do the funds come from? Who pays for it? The two things I believe that need to be addressed are the cost of healthcare and the government needs to get out of the student loan business. We need more moderate candidates, that reflect the values and opinions of the MAJORITY of Americans.

Joy Behar changes her mind on impeaching Trump after Mueller hearing originally appeared on abcnews.go.com

Left-leaning co-host of “The View,” Joy Behar, changed course on the urgency of impeaching President Donald Trump after previously disagreeing with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who has rebuffed calls for his impeachment .

Following former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's testimony on Wednesday, Behar spoke about why she thinks it's “too distracting” to impeach Trump leading up to the 2020 election — a view she shared with conservative co-host Meghan McCain, who emphasized the importance of winning over swing states.

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“Don't underestimate the power of swing states,” McCain said, referring to the Democratic debates coming up next week. “Hillary Clinton won by three million voters, but lost in the electoral college.”

“The electoral college is how you win and die in this election cycle. You don't care about these people? People in Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania — they're up for grabs,” McCain added.

Full story on ABC News by Joanne Rosa