Pelosi: 'The reelection of Donald Trump would do irreparable damage to the United States'

House Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiOvernight Health Care — Presented by American Health Care Association — California monitoring 8,400 people for coronavirus | Pence taps career official to coordinate response | Dems insist on guardrails for funding Overnight Energy: Murkowski, Manchin unveil major energy bill | Lawmakers grill EPA chief over push to slash agency's budget | GOP lawmaker accuses Trump officials of 'playing politics' over Yucca Mountain Hillicon Valley — Presented by Facebook — Federal court rules tech giants can censor content | Trump upends surveillance fight | Senate passes bill barring federal funds for Huawei equipment MORE (D-Calif.) said if President TrumpDonald John TrumpThe Memo: Biden seeks revival in South Carolina Congress eyes billion to billion to combat coronavirus Sanders makes the case against Biden ahead of SC primary MORE is reelected, the damage could be "irreparable."

"The reelection of Donald Trump would do irreparable damage to the United States," Pelosi said in an interview with ABC Wednesday.

The House Speaker told ABC that two terms of the Trump presidency could be too much for the country.

"We have some serious repair and healing to do in our country for what he's done so far," she said. "I'm not sure that two terms — it might be irreparable."

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Pelosi also said in the interview that Trump is "scared" of the impeachment inquiry she launched.

The inquiry began after reports that Trump asked the Ukrainian president to "look into" his potential political opponent in former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenThe Memo: Biden seeks revival in South Carolina Sanders makes the case against Biden ahead of SC primary Sanders holds 13-point lead in Fox News poll MORE, and Biden's son.

Pelosi and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffHillicon Valley — Presented by Facebook — Federal court rules tech giants can censor content | Trump upends surveillance fight | Senate passes bill barring federal funds for Huawei equipment House Intelligence lawyer Goldman leaving committee Schiff presses top intel official to declassify part of report on Khashoggi killing MORE (D-Calif.) announced Wednesday that if the White House tries to "stonewall" the impeachment inquiry, it would be considered an obstruction of justice.