Chuck Todd asks Nancy Mace if a GOP House majority would impeach Biden — is literally WOWED by her response

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On NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday, host Chuck Todd asked GOP Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina if she expects an impeachment vote against President Joe Biden if Republicans take over the House after the midterm elections.

Addressing House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s “Commitment to America” agenda, Todd asked Mace, “Do you expect an impeachment vote against President Biden if Republicans take over the House?”

“I believe there’s a lot of pressure on Republicans to have that vote, to put that legislation forward, and to have that vote. I think that is something that some folks are considering,” Mace answered.

“Wow!” Todd responded simply.

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Todd later asked Mace how she would vote “if these impeach-Biden votes come up?”

Mace made it clear that she would vote based on the evidence against Biden.

“I didn’t vote to impeach the former president of the United States because I felt like due process was stripped away. I will not vote for impeachment of any president if I feel that due process has been stripped away for anyone,” she stated. “I typically vote constitutionally, regardless of who is in power.”

Todd was immediately slammed by leftists on Twitter for being a “political journalist,” which is interesting given that many critics felt that the NBC host should never have invited the moderate Republican lawmaker onto his show.

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