Sen. Pat Murray (D-Wash.), The number three Senate Democrats, called on the House Democrats to initiate investigations into impeachment on Sunday.
"I agree with my colleagues in the Washington delegation that, as we are aware of the seriousness of the potential threats to our democracy, as noted in the report of Special Adviser Muller, it has become clear that the House is initiating proceedings should be to determine if the action of the President makes an impeachment necessary, "said Murray in a statement on Sunday.
Murray joins an increasing number of Democrats demanding an impeachment investigation after Müller commented during last week's parliamentary hearings on the findings in his 448-page report.
Several Democratic Congressmen from Washington State, including Deputy Suzan Delbene, Denny Heck Derek Kilmer Derek Christian KilmerSenate Committee Drives " Deepfakes "Law Ahead House Democrats Quash Mutually Attacking Tweets and Commit to Uniting the Berkeley Professor, Warns of a" Weapon "Against Women  and Kim Schrier Kimberly (Kim) Lawyers advocate homelessness Spotlight on Young People Democrats Achieve Procedural Efficiency with Deposit Plan GOP by Securing More Resources for Enforcing Iranian Sanctions MORE  came out on Sunday in support of the impeachment trial and ranked 103 on Sunday, according to The Hill whip list
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