Just a month after Parliament President Nancy Pelosi had clearly objected to the impeachment trial of President Trump, the Robert Müller report rekindled the debate in its panel.
"The report by Mueller clearly points to the responsibility of Congress in investigating obstruction of justice by the president," said MP Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., and stated she would refer to MP Rashida Tlaib , D-Mich., Sign. She called on the House Judiciary Committee to investigate whether Trump has committed an impeachment offense.
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The extensive, in-depth Mueller report was released Thursday, while effectively excusing the President and his colleagues about the Russian collusive probe of the probe's actions in the investigation Obstruction of justice. Müller did not reach a decision on this matter, but provided a wealth of dramatic anecdotes that tried to limit the president's investigation into special lawyers.
Among them, the report said that in June 201
Trump himself claimed that he had far-reaching powers because his allies rejected proposals that constituted a hindrance to the judiciary.
"I had the right to end the whole witch hunt if I wanted. I could have dismissed everyone, including Müller, if I wanted to. I did not decide. I had the right to use Executive Privilege. I did not do that! "Trump tweeted late Thursday.
But an important passage in the report was also seen as a signal to Congress that legislators could next take up the matter, though Attorney General Bill Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein found there was no disability case.
The report states: "Under the applicable precedent of the Supreme Court, the Constitution does not categorize a president categorically and permanently because it hinders justice by applying his powers under Article II. The Doctrine of Separation of Powers empowers Congress to protect official proceedings, including litigation and legal proceedings, from corrupt, obstructive acts, regardless of their source. … The conclusion that Congress is allowed to apply the obstacle laws to the president's corrupt exercise of mandate powers is consistent with our constitutional system of control and balance and the principle that no one is above the law.
The report also states, "If we were confident after a thorough investigation into the facts that the President obviously did not impose a legal disability, we would say so, but we can not reach this verdict."
Trump Attorney Rudy Giuliani, who "on Fox & Friends" on Friday, responded with this line: "He does not have to prove his innocence … when can you prove a negative?"
But while the Müller report marked the end of the two-year investigation, This was seen as a starting point for some Congressional Democrats who want to tackle the issue of disability: The big question is whether the Democrats, who are long nervous because of calls for impeachment, might at some point accompany the thrust – even if they did Acklash risks a political risk for the year 2020.
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The Chairman of the Judiciary Committee of the House of Commons Jerry Nadler, DN.Y., has not ruled out an impeachment trial on Thursday. Nadler said: "The special adviser made it clear that he did not relieve the president. The responsibility now lies with Congress to hold the President accountable for his actions. "
Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the news committee, said the deeds described in the report "whether they are criminal or not are extremely worrying to the President of the United States, and it is clear that Special Prosecutor Müller should consider the consequences of the Congress . " and the consequences.
Schiff, a Californian Democrat, said, "If, as he made clear, the Special Representative had found evidence to relieve the President, he would have said so. He did not do it. He left this question to the United States Congress. "
Pelosis view will be the key, she said in an interview last month that she opposes impeachment, calling the process" divisive "and adding," He just is not worth it. "
Following She wrote to the report in a letter to colleagues that the caucus had done this. A Monday conference call was scheduled to discuss the next steps and said the Mueller report "seems to undercut directly." Barr's conclusion, Trump
"Congress will not be silent," she vowed, and the Republicans were unwilling to portray Democrats as unwilling to let go of the idea that Trump has teamed up with Russia to make the election "What you See, Rep. Mark Meadows, RN.C., is a top ally of Trump. "There was no collusion. It's over.
Jake Gibson, Chad Pergram and The Associated Press of Fox News contributed to this report.