Complicity in felony serious enough for Trump impeachment, key Democrat says

The likely chairman of the House Judiciary Committee said Sunday that it would be an impeachable offense if President Trump is found to be complicit in a felony.

Rep. Jerrold Nadler made the remarks after federal prosecutors connected Mr. Trump to illicit hush-money payments allegedly made on his behalf to silence women who say they had sexual relationships with the president before the 2016 campaign.

Still, the New York Democrat and other critics of the president said Congress isn’t to the point of initiating impeachment proceedings, which would begin in Mr. Nadler’s committee.

Mr. Nadler said there are still questions that need answers.

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