Democratic 2020 hopeful Tulsi Gabbard criticized the lack of transparency in her own party's impeachment investigation of President Trump.
Gabbard said Tuesday at the Fortune Most Powerful Women's dinner at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington that "lack of clarity could undermine the integrity of the investigation".
"The prosecution of impeachment for party political reasons is bad for our country," she said. "It will be extremely divisive for an already divided country. I looked at the complaint and was very worried. We have to get to the bottom of it. "
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"There has to be a transparent and narrowly focused investigation ̵
"That can undermined the integrity of a bipartisan investigation, "the congressman said.
Gabbard's appearance came shortly after the last shot in her ongoing feud with Hillary Clinton.
In a new campaign video released Tuesday, Gabbard attacked Clinton and urged them to "acknowledge the harm you caused" and "step down from your throne."
The video is Gabbard's latest response to Clinton's recent Interview conducted by Clinton, Gabbard was a Russian asset and "favorite of the Russians".
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"Hillary, your foreign policy was a disaster for our country and the world – deaths and injuries of so many of my brothers and sisters in uniform, devastating entire countries, millions of lives, refugee crises and more, "said Gabbard.
"However, despite the damage you have done to our country and the world, you want to continue putting your failed directives, directly or indirectly, beyond the Democratic candidate."
She added, "It's time for you acknowledge and apologize for the damage you have done, it is long past you step back from your throne so that the Democratic Party can move forward with a new foreign policy that is indeed in the interest and benefit of the American people and the world. "
Gabbard, an army veteran serving in the Iraq war, said on Monday that she was open to face-to-face with Clinton. This, after the President's hopeful colleagues, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Sen. Cory Booker, DN.J. The former Texas representative, Beto O'Rourke, entrepreneur Andrew Yang, and spiritual writer Marianne Williamson, reiterated Clinton's unfounded suggestion that she was a secret Russian good. AB STODDARD SAYS HILLARY CLINTON'S THIRST'S FRO REVENGE IS UNQUENCHABLE?
President Trump also interfered on Monday and told reporters: "She accuses [Clinton] anyone of being a Russian agent . "