- Dilma Rousseff says she'll be "very sad" if impeachment forces her to miss the Olympics
- The Brazilian President says sexism is playing a role in the push to impeach her
- Impeachment shouldn't be tied to the popularity of a President, she argues
(CNN)When her country signed on to host the 2016 Summer Olympics, Dilma Rousseff was there from the beginning.
Brazilian lawmakers are weighing whether to impeach President Dilma Rousseff.
Why: She's accused of breaking laws by borrowing from state banks to cover a budget shortfall.
Where things stand: In Brazil's lower house, 367 lawmakers approved the impeachment motion. But the country's Senate will have the final say.
What happens if she's impeached: Vice President Michel Temer will take the reins for 180 days while Rousseff defends herself.