I’m not sure what I would do were I in her position.
On the impeachment side:
Although it is quite unlikely the impeachment would result in removal, sitting a president in this seat drastically deflates whatever gravitas he may possess with a wide swath of voters: especially considering what an idiot he would be under questioning.
Some fact may be uncovered that may actually lead to substantive crimes or misdemeanors that may lead to removal.
The balance of power shifts - this might set Trump back on his heels and cause his behavior to improve.
This continuing attempt by an already hated news corps and unresponsive establishment Democrat party to overturn an election might just result in the biggest voter turn out in modern history, giving Trump a nutty mandate. I don’t even want to think about what he might do with that.
This fledgling investigation into the impetus of the Mueller investigation will uncover a concerted effort by the Obama White House, the Clinton campaign, and factions of the CIA & FBI to find/create damning information to keep Trump out of office. No matter what you think of Trump, this will bring in fresh voters who DGAF about Trump’s faults or failures—everything these people believed about a Deep State, a cabal of insiders who run this country, will be proven to them. It will be Civil War, as if it doesn’t seem like that already.
This, coupled with a free-range impeachment, televised 24/7 will bring Trump a powerful electoral harvest.
Meanwhile, who the **** is handling and reporting the business of the American people these days? All the news has been Mueller and investigations and Trump all day every day for years. Normal people are sick to death of it.
I can’t stand Pelosi, but in this case, the best path forward for the anti-Trump crowd is not an easy choice.