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Posted: Oct 9th, 2019 - 10:15 am

"My advice to him would be to tell the truth, I think, for a change," Carter told MSNBC. "And also to cut back on his Twitter feeds and give the House of Representatives and also the Senate, and I would say, the general public, the evidence that — that we need to form a case, either for or against him."

Asked whether he thinks the impeachment inquiry is a good or a bad thing, Carter was noncommittal. "I think it still remains to be seen," he said, and depends on what's revealed in the impeachment inquiry. "I think we still need to ascertain the facts from a very thorough investigation," he said.

The former president praised House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's handling of the issue.  "I'm very glad that the Speaker of the House has ordained that the investigation go forward," he said.

Despite the long odds that the Senate would vote to remove Trump from office, Carter said he did not rule out the possibility that that could happen: "If facts reveal an increasing number of things that he has actually done — then of course impeachment is possible, and removal from office is possible."

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