Tulsi Gabbard will not be the next Democratic presidential nominee.
While she’s still continuing her presidential campaign, it’s only a matter of time before it ends, especially since she will not be on stage for the third debate.
Additionally, she’s done and said a number of things that aren’t likely to go over well with the majority of Democratic voters. Specifically, she went after Kamala Harris for her record as California’s attorney general in the second debate.
What she’s said now isn’t going to make her many friends on the left. While speaking to Greta Van Susteren on “Full Court Press” Gabbard said she’s not on board with attempting to impeach President Trump.
The following exchange took place on Sunday’s show:
MS. VAN SUSTEREN: Thank you for being here. But before I get to the issues that I want, we just heard about uniting communities across the country. Congress is coming back this week, and the House Judiciary Committee is planning on voting on an expanded impeachment inquiry. Do you support this?
REP. GABBARD: I don’t. You know, I think it’s important for us to think about what is in the best interest of the country and the American people, and continuing to pursue impeachment is something that I think will only further to tear our country apart. Make no bones about it: We need to defeat Donald Trump. But I think it’s important for our country’s sake and our future that the voters in this country are the ones who do that, and I believe that we will.