"I think we have a good reason to believe that an investigation has been carried out that has provided evidence that this president and his government have obstructed the judiciary," Harris said. "I think Congress should take the steps to impeach."
Harris added, "I think we need to get rid of this President, so I am running to become President of the United States, which is, of course, a premise of my plan."
Democrats have not been impeached for months made a main theme of their voting rights for voters. But Müller's report has raised interest so that candidates such as Senator Elizabeth Warren and former Minister of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro are demanding impeachment proceedings against Trump.
"He serves the whole thing up to the United States Congress, and in fact, if accountability exists, that accountability must come from Congress," Warren said of Müller. "And the tool we get for this accountability is the impeachment process, it's not about politics, it's about the principle."
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar let it wait for rapprochement with the issue Monday Night, which refuses to go to Warren, Castro or Harris.
"My concern is that, at the end of the day, the most important thing for me to do is see that Donald Trump will not come back ̵
Klobuchar told New Hampshire audiences that she "does not want to predispose." The Senator also urged the decision on the Trump case against her colleagues in parliament and stated that this was her decision.
"The impeachment is in the house and you will have to make that decision, I am in the Senate," said Klobuchar, adding, "she strongly believes that President Trump should be held accountable."