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Jeffries believes that Trump has obstructed the judiciary







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<p>  Hakeem Jeffries, chairman of the Democratic Convention of the The House of Representatives said on Sunday morning there was reason to believe that President Donald Trump had obstructed the judiciary. </p>
<p>  was an obstacle to the judiciary, "said the New York Democrat to Chuck Todd of NBC in" Meet the Press "The Mueller report contained 10 separate cases which we need to examine separately as part of our investigation of events." </p><div><script async src=

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Todd referred to a tweet series from May 18 by Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.), In which Amash condemned the conclusions of Attorney General William Barr about the Mu eller report and the decision not to Trump the Be to blame for the prevention of justice.

"And it seems certain that the so-called Attorney General deliberately misrepresented the conclusions of the Mueller report to deceive the American people," Jeffries said.

"We will not let that either.

Amash argued in his Tweetstorming that the President "was involved in an incontestable behavior."

Jeffries added that "the only way to proceed is to ensure that the policy does not dictate a decision to indict or policy does not "dictate a decision not to sue" – and Congress should continue to focus on the "For the People" agenda and work on issues of concern to the American public, such as reducing healthcare costs.


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