When the redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election was released last week, the President and his defenders were quick to claim vindication.
Romney said that while it's "good news" that Mueller found insufficient evidence to charge Trump and his aides with conspiracy to collude with Russian Federation, he added that the report lays out a disturbing portrait of presidential "dishonesty".
"All you have to prove for conspiracy is that they entered into a meeting of the minds to do something wrong and had one overt act".
Republicans are united in defending the President in the wake of the report's release.
"Impeachment is likely to be unsuccessful", said Schiff during an appearance on ABC's "This Week", before adding, "It may be that we undertake an impeachment nonetheless". Nadler also has summoned Mueller to testify by May 23. According to the special counsel's report, McGahn was among the Trump aides who effectively halted Trump's efforts to influence the Russian Federation investigation, rebuffing his demand to set Mueller's firing in motion.
Attorney General William Barr took the liberty of ruling that the President had not committed obstruction.
Mueller laid out multiple episodes in which Trump directed others to influence or curtail the Russian Federation investigation after the special counsel's appointment in May 2017, and Trump made clear that he viewed the probe as a potentially mortal blow - "the end of my presidency".
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Democratic House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings, however, said, "I'm not there yet".
Her push for impeachment - a process where the House investigates and the Senate must rule on any impeachment resolution that goes forward - comes as Democratic leaders are struggling to determine a path forward, armed with more damning information, but with few signs Senate Republicans would entertain an impeachment effort. That January night, freshman Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., was recorded using a profanity to tell supporters the Democrats were going to impeach Trump.
Mike Huckabee said Monday he was "sickened" to hear Sen.
Mueller's report found no evidence of collusion between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation.
"We're ready to put it out when we have to", the president's lawyer said. One new poll asked this question: "Now that the Mueller investigation is over, should Congress move on to other issues or are there still concerns related to that investigation that Congress should continue to look into?"
"We don't care what his taxes say or don't say". "The investigation has not developed evidence that the participants in the meeting were familiar with the foreign-contribution ban or the application of federal law to the relevant factual context". Nadler also appeared on NBC.