"I am not going to be telling you if it's going... they're now prepared to get, however there are different questions of the way the trial to move. But we're prepared," she explained. "It'll be soon, like I said you are the first to understand."
"It'll be shortly, I do not think it's going to be long, but we have to take action," she explained.
Pelosi ignored Republicans' worries that impeachment could split lawmakers so soon after the inauguration.
"It isn't really merging to state, let us forget it, and proceed," Pelosi said.
"Just because he's gone, thank God, we do not state to a president,'Do anything you want from the very last months of your government... because people wish to create nice fine,'... I believe that would be detrimental for unity"
On the question of witnesses, Pelosi deferred into the House managers, but distinguished between the proof required for Trump's initial trial, and also this upcoming one.
"I really do see a difference between something which all of us seen, versus what advice you may have to substantiate an article of impeachment based in large part on a telephone call the president left... but it is around them," speaking to the supervisors.
"It had been perfect, in my opinion."