Speaker Pelosi Delivers Remarks at Impeachment Article Engrossment Ceremony CSPAN January 14, 2021 12:17am-12:23am EST
c-span was created by america's television companies in 1979. today, we are brought to you by these television companies that provide c-span2 viewers as a public service. following the house vote to impeach president trump, house speaker nancy pelosi spoke at an engrossing ceremony, where she officially signed the final version of the articles of impeachment.
assistant speaker. also with our manager for the impeachment, our lead manager, jamie raskin, diana degette, david cicilline, joaquin castro, madeleine dean, and jonah nicholas. -- in here electronically, one way or another. we are very proud that they have accepted the responsibility. a responsibility we did not think one week ago we would have. today in a bipartisan way, the house demonstrated that no one is above the law. not even the president of the united states. donald trump is a clear and
present danger to our country, and once again, we honor that oath of office to protect and defend the constitution of the united states, so help us god. and now, i sadly and with a heartbroken over what this means to our country, a president who would incite insurrection, we will sign the in grossman of the articles of impeachment -- in meant of the articles of impeachment.
>> speaker pelosi, are you disappointed -- >> how long do you think the trial will last -- >> when do you plan to sign the -- >> macconnell tonight -- -- mitch mcconnell tonight -- >> c-span's "washington journal." every day, we take your calls live on the air of the news of the day and policy issues that impact you. coming up thursday morning, we get your reaction to the house vote to impeach president donald trump. watch c-span's "washington
journal" live at 7:00 eastern thursday morning. join the conversation all morning with your phone calls, emails, facebook comments, and tweets. >> you are watching c-span, your unfiltered view of government. c-span was created by america's cable television companies in 1979. today, we are brought to you by these television companies who provide c-span2 viewe -- c-span to viewers as a public service. >> the house voted to 32-197 to impeach president trump for a second time after the january 6 attacks on the u.s. capitol. 10 republicans joined democrats in voting for impeachment. today's debate on the articles of impeachment from the house floor, next. this is 3.5 hours. house resolution 24.