She is holding the Senate and the Executive hostage for her personal gain as she will retain her speakership only if Democrats hold the House in the fall election.
The Georgia conservative said, "I think we might have a couple".
Commenting on those remarks, Lisa Murkowski, Republican senator representing Alaska, said in an interview Tuesday with an NBC affiliate in Alaska she was "disturbed".
House Minority Whip Steve Scalise said on Fox News Sunday today Democrats are "the party of impeachment" due to their "obsession" to take down President Donald Trump. I have to tell you, I'm for jurisprudence.
© Joshua Roberts/Reuters, FILE Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks to the media after the weekly policy luncheons on Capitol Hill in Washington, Dec. 3, 2019.
Sens. Mitt Romney (R-Utah), Susan Collins (R-Maine), and Murkowski have broken with the White House on several issues in the past.
A Trump family biographer said the president can not stand being laughed at and feels he has to be "the victor of all time".
Dem highlights difference within GOP over Trump impeachment trial strategy
House Democrats, however, are standing with the speaker, even without a clear timeline of when the articles may be sent over. Gabbard has previously talked about her intention to introduce a resolution censuring the president.
To impeach a president, the Senate requires a 67-vote supermajority, which is in contrast to the House's simple majority to pass articles of impeachment.
The Senate is expected in January to hold the impeachment trial to decide whether to convict the president and remove him from office.
She went on to say that the president's father pushed "the idea of winning at any cost", and claimed that both his parents were influenced by Norman Vincent Peale, the author of The Power of Positive Thinking.
'If you have a rigged trial there's no exoneration in acquittal': Sen. "I admit, I'm not sure what leverage there there is in refraining from sending us something we do not want".
"A lot of us didn't see coming that (Speaker Pelosi) would sit on the articles of impeachment rather than immediately send them over to the Senate, so she's playing procedural games at this point", said Banks.
Following the impeachment vote, President Donald Trump immediately attacked Democrats over their supposedly "depraved actions" and said they had "branded themselves with an eternal mark of shame". Cruz was a former opponent to Trump in the 2016 Presidential primary.
The House voted to impeach the president on December 18 following months of debate.