Nancy Pelosi on Impeachment: “He Will NOT Be Acquitted”

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Nancy Pelosi suffers HUGE meltdown as impeachment backfires, calls for President Trump's lawyers to be disbarred

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters on Thursday that President Trump will not be acquitted, as the impeachment case against him imploded in the Senate.

President Trump’s defense team demolished Schiff and the Dems, causing Pelosi to respond during a press conference.

A reporter asked Pelosi if Trump will be “chastened” knowing “Congress is watching him” or “emboldened” if the senate acquits him.

“Well he will NOT be acquitted. You cannot be acquitted if you don’t have a trial and when you don’t have a trial if you don’t have witnesses and documentation,” Pelosi said.

WATCH: reports: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has the votes to block new witnesses and the impeachment trial should be over by the weekend, according to ABC News.

Tyrant Pelosi tried to drag out impeachment as long as possible by refusing to deliver the articles of impeachment to the senate for 33 days.

The House Democrats’ case was so weak that Trump’s defense team obliterated Schiff and Pelosi in just a few days with facts.

Update: An earlier version of this article incorrectly suggested that Nancy Pelosi had suffered a “meltdown” and had gone on a “rant” when talking to reporters. We have removed references to this in the headline and body of the article as this did not occur.