Varney: Pelosi’s impeachment event was an exercise in ‘self-promotion’
FOX Business’ Stuart Varney on how Nancy Pelosi’s impeachment meeting was a ‘charade’ compared to the celebration of the US-China trade deal signing.
FOX Business’ Stuart Varney, in his latest “My Take,” argues that not covering Pelosi’s impeachment news conference on “Varney & Co.” on Wednesday was the right move.
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Instead, Varney said, he focused on what was considered the most significant event of “perhaps the year”: the signing of the US-China phase one trade deal.
“The speaker's event was an exercise in self-promotion,” he said. “A vindictive and hypocritical spectacle.”
Varney said Speaker Pelosi called the meeting “solemn” and warned we should not be “frivolous” with the constitution. After these comments, Varney said it went “downhill.”
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Speaker Pelosi signed the articles and then proceeded to hand out pens to the seven chosen managers for impeachment. The pens had Pelosi’s name engraved onto them in gold, Varney said, and it seemed to be more of a celebration than something solemn.