In an interview with CNN's Manu Raju, Rep. Jaime Herrera-Beutler, a Republican from Washington, said "I’m not in fear at all," over whether her vote to impeach President Trump would have consequences.
"This decision was not, like, a fear-based decision for me," she said.
Beutler announced last night that she would vote to impeach Trump citing "indisputable evidence," over his role in the Capitol riot.
"This is definitely the most, I think, consequential vote I've ever taken as a member," she told CNN, "and see, more than anything, I just, I just want people to know this isn't about choosing sides, this is about choosing truth."
Beutler added that she's preparing to deliver a statement on the House floor on her vote to impeach.
She’s one of five House Republicans who’ve broken rank so far in announcing their intent to impeach President Donald Trump.