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Consider this. If the election were held today, Trump would win, and by some estimates he would win in a landslide. Trump has never stopped campaigning and keeping his base intact and loyal since he won in 2016. Impeaching Trump would not change that thinking one iota; in fact it would further alienate his base to come out to vote in super high numbers as Trump played the victim.
I agree with Nancy Pelosi that impeachment is off the table. It's a choice between enduring him now for another year or so, or putting together a formidable Democratic Party campaign focusing on the issues that matter to Americans -- health care is No. 1. It's how we won the midterms with moderate Democrats flipping red and purple Republican held seats. The right candidates with a unified message can make the 2020 election an even bigger win for Democrats across the board.
I bolded the "unified message". We do not have a unified message right now with Bernie Sanders and his Our Revolution doing what they did in 2016 selling his brand of "socialism for all" and applying purity tests to centrist Democrats. The Bernie folks and the Social Democrats can make inroads in cobalt blue districts, but they cannot win a single purple or red district or state. Their message does not expand the party. It "stove pipes" it.
Only the moderate Democrats, the pragmatists, can expand the party by appealing to Independents (the largest voting force in the nation) and moderate Republicans who are turned off by Trumpism. The more the Democratic Party moves to the left, the smaller it gets.