By Russell Berman in the Atlantic
A neighborhood resident had asked about impeachment: What were the chances, she wondered, that it could happen if Democrats won back the House majority this fall?
“Right now, I don’t want to talk about it,” Jerry Nadler told his curious, concerned constituent. Nadler is positioned to lead the House of Representatives’ impeachment effort against President Trump next year. He was holding court on a suffocating early August afternoon outside a Walgreens in the Brooklyn half of his New York City congressional district.
It’s a question likely on the minds of millions of Americans at the moment, and more than just about anyone else in the country, Nadler is the person to ask.