“I have never said he should not be impeached. What I have said time and time again is, [special counsel Robert] Mueller has developed the grounds for impeachment. The House has to determine the timing for impeachment. There’s a big difference,” he said.
The South Carolina Democrat appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday where he was asked if he believes Trump will be impeached, or if impeachment proceedings will begin in the House “at some point, but just not right now.”
“Yes, that’s exactly what I feel,” Clyburn responded. “I think we have already begun. We have got all of these committees doing their work. We’re having hearings. We have already won two court cases. And there are other cases that are still to be determined.”