Rep. Al Green, the Texas Democrat who made President Trump's presidential mandate each year, said Sunday that "impeachment is not dead," despite the findings of Special Representative Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump campaign not working with Russia.
The congressman tweeted that Mueller's report, which was released on Friday and whose main results were released on Sunday, "did not examine any bigotry stemming from the presidency that is damaging our country."
"The results DO NOT negate the president's bigotry, and as long as bigotry influences the president's policies, I will continue to seek his impeachment." He repeated what Neil Cavuto of Fox News said in "Your World with Neil Cavuto" earlier this month ̵
The Democrat said in his interview that he plans to force Ned to impeach impeachment against Trump, despite the lack of support from Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
"It's not about a person, it's about the concept of the People's Government by the people for the people and the idea that we have a democracy. And within that democracy, our constitution grants this right to impeach anyone in our Caucus, "Green said.
On the first day of the new Congress this year, Green and Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., Led impeachment proceedings against the President, and the couple also pushed for impeachment in 2017 and 2018, without success.
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The main findings of the Mueller report were released Sunday by Attorney General William Barr, who wrote a four-page summary of the "main conclusions of the report."
According to Barr, the Special Lawyers "did not find that the Trump campaign, or anyone associated with it, was "conspiring" or "collaborating with Russians who hacked to the 2016 Presidential Elections "Despite Multiple Offers of Russian Relatives in Support of the Trump Campaign"
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. The nearly two-year investigation "drew no conclusion" about whether Trump obstructed the judiciary, but handed over the responsibility of determining "whether the behavior described in the report is a criminal offense" to the Attorney General.
Barr wrote: "The Special Adviser states," Although this report does not conclude that the President has committed a crime, he does not relieve him. "
Victor Garcia of Fox News contributed to this report.