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GOP rep: Pelosi would allow floor vote if this were a 'true' impeachment inquiry

GOP rep: Pelosi would allow floor vote if this were a 'true' impeachment inquiry
© Greg Nash

A House Republican and ally of President TrumpDonald TrumpGiuliani used provisional ballot to vote in 2020 election, same method he disparaged in fighting to overturn results Trump gets lowest job approval rating in final days as president Fox News' DC managing editor Bill Sammon to retire MORE on Monday criticized Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiWoman accused of trying to sell Pelosi laptop to Russians arrested Conspiracies? Let's investigate this one FBI investigating whether woman took Pelosi laptop, tried to sell it to Russians MORE's (D-Calif.) handling of the impeachment inquiry, saying if she were serious about the effort, she would bring it up for a floor vote.

"Formal impeachment would actually afford due process and ensure both sides are heard," tweeted Rep. Doug CollinsDouglas (Doug) Allen CollinsDrudge congratulates Warnock, says Ann Coulter should have been GOP candidate Warnock defeats Loeffler in Georgia Senate runoff Warnock says he needs to win 'by comfortable margin' because 'funny things go on' MORE (R-Ga.), the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee.

Pelosi last week formally launched an impeachment inquiry into Trump over revelations surrounding a whistleblower complaint about his interactions with Ukraine. 

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The intelligence community whistleblower, whom Trump has sharply attacked, says the president sought to pressure the leader of Ukraine into investigating the Biden family amid former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenWoman accused of trying to sell Pelosi laptop to Russians arrested Trump gets lowest job approval rating in final days as president Trump moves to lift coronavirus travel restrictions on Europe, Brazil MORE's White House bid. 

Trump has denied any wrongdoing, and congressional Republicans have largely come to his defense, saying Democrats are trying to relitigate the 2016 election.

Members of the House Intelligence Committee, House Oversight and Reform Committee and House Foreign Affairs Committee plan to hold hearings and interviews on impeachment during the current recess, while most lawmakers are on break, but no formal floor vote has been scheduled or discussed publicly by leadership.