Justin Amash was the first Republican Congressman to call for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
He claimed that Trump had "taken certain measures" that "reached the threshold for impeachment".
Amash accused Attorney General William Barr of misleading the public about special counsel Robert Mueller's findings about Russia's interference.
Mr Müller's report found no criminal conspiracy between Trump's 201
However, 10 cases were identified in which Mr Trump may have attempted to obstruct the investigation.
Mr. Amash, a Michigan representative, commented on Twitter on Saturday.
He told his followers that "few members of Congress even read Miller's report," claiming they had "dissolved" the impeachment investigation because of "party affiliation."
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The 448-page report contains numerous editors, and a subpoena has been issued requesting the full version.
Many Democrats, including Elizabeth Warren, have suspended Mr
Following the publication of the report, she said, "The severity of this misconduct requires that elected officials of both parties set aside political considerations and fulfill their constitutional duty." Pelosi has warned against this.
Mr. Hoyer told CNN that the impeachment was not "worthwhile." He said, "Quite honest Well, there is a choice in 18 months and the American people will pass judgment. "
Nancy Pelosi told the Washington Post that" it's simply not worth sueing Mr. Trump. "