"The Congress holds sacred its constitutional responsibility to investigate and hold the President accountable for his abuse of power", she said. In addition to continuing our other investigations into rampant corruption throughout this government, Congress must proceed with an Article I inquiry of whether Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice. "It is unjustifiable to possibly blame someone for a wrongdoing when there can be no court goals of the real charge", he said.
Mueller, speaking publicly for the first time since beginning the Russian probe in 2017, reiterated on Wednesday during a press conference that he would have stated if the evidence collected during his 22-month-long investigation cleared Trump of any criminal wrongdoing, but he didn't.
Some have questioned the policy, which was adopted by the Office of Legal Counsel in 1973 during the apex of the Watergate scandal.
The special counsel emphasized that charging Trump was not an option he could take.
On the other hand, Lindsey Graham of SC, the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said that Mueller "has made a decision to move on and let the report speak for itself".
"He loves Comey, you look at the relationship ... it was love or a deep like but he was conflicted", Trump said, arguing that Mueller never should have been chosen as the special counsel after he wanted the Federal Bureau of Investigation director job and had a business dispute with Trump before taking the job.
Mueller, for his part, complained privately to Barr that he believed a four-page letter from the attorney general summarizing his main conclusions did not adequately represent his findings.
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Mueller's report, with some redactions, was released by Attorney General William Barr on April 18 - but only after he issued summaries that Democrats said were tilted to favor Trump. While not ruling out a congressional appearance, Mueller said, to the disappointment of many Democrats, that he would not go beyond the report if he were to testify.
"I'm confident that if you read volume two [of the report], you will be appalled at much of the conduct", Amash said Tuesday at a town-hall event in his district.
But it also did not reach a conclusion on whether the president had obstructed justice.
President Trump attacked Robert S. Mueller III in a tweet Thursday, claiming that the special counsel would have brought charges against him if he had "ANYTHING" - a characterization directly at odds with what Mueller said in a public statement Wednesday.
Wolff has had remarkable access to the White House, but he has been criticized heavily for audacious claims in his previous Trump book, "Fire and Fury".
Mueller investigated Russian Federation meddling in the 2016 election and contacts with Donald Trump's campaign.
Mueller rebutted those criticisms by noting that his investigation had gathered evidence of Russian efforts to "interfere in our political system". Mueller said that if he is called to testify before Congress, he wouldn't say anything beyond what is in the published report. "The case is closed". "We did not, however, make a determination as to whether the president did or did not", he was quoted as saying.