In Pennsylvania, the support is along party lines: Democrats Brendan Boyle, Dwight Evans, Madeleine Deen, Mary Gay Scanlon and Chrissy Houlahan are for impeachment. First District Republican Brian Fitzpatrick does not support impeaching the president. And Lancaster County Republican Lloyd Smucker warn that Democrats are rushing to impeachment without the facts.
In South Jersey, Democrats Donald Norcross and Andy Kim are for impeachment. Democrat Jeff Van Drew has not been in favor of impeachment, but he told the Atlantic City Press that he could change his mind if new information emerges.
The lone congressperson in Delaware, Democrat Lisa Blunt Rochester, also favors impeachment.
"I can take the political attacks. They'll come and they'll go and, in time, they'll soon be forgotten. But if we allow a president to get away with shredding the United States Constitution, that will last forever," Biden said.
And if it comes to impeachement, he said, "That would be a tragedy, but a tragedy of his own making."