House Democrats, however, are standing with the speaker, even without a clear timeline of when the articles may be sent over.
Gabbard said, "Thinking about what's politically advantageous, whether for me or for my party, does not enter into my mind around these decisions that have really great effect".
The remarks came after Gabbard became the only House Democrat earlier this month to vote "present" on both articles of impeachment against POTUS.
These impeachment proceedings have sealed my published prediction that Donald Trump will rank in the lower half of our 45 presidents.
Amy McGrath, a Democrat and former Navy fighter pilot, has officially filed a request to challenge majority leader Mitch McConnell in the 2020 U.S. Senate election in Kentucky.
In her written statement, Gabbard added that she based her vote on what she felt was the right thing to do - not the political fallout.
"I think we might have a couple", of Democratic senators who will join the Republicans not to convict Trump in the trial, Xinhua news agency reported citing Georgia Senator David Perdue as saying to The Hill website on Thursday.
'I think impeachment, unfortunately, will only further embolden Donald Trump, ' Gabbard told ABC News on Saturday.
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Trump has raised unsubstantiated charges that Biden improperly tried to halt a Ukrainian probe of a company with ties to his son, and has said he wants Biden to testify in the impeachment trial.
"If it means that I am viewed as one who looks openly and critically at every issue in front of me rather than acting as a rubber stamp for my party or my president, I am totally good with that", Murkowski said.
"I think we're all looking forward to that day (when President Trump is out of office), when we can put some of the current chaos and corruption and division behind us", said Buttigieg at a campaign stop in Iowa last week.
Three Democrats, Reps Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey, Jared Golden of ME and Collin Peterson of Minnesota, broke with party lines and voted "no" on one or oth articles.
Gabbard has previously talked about her intention to introduce a resolution censuring the president.
Gabbard, who is not seeking re-election for her seat in Hawaii, said that voting "present" was 'not a decision of neutrality'.
'Thinking about what's politically advantageous, whether for me or for my party, does not enter into my mind around these decisions that have really great effect'.