Shortly after MP Justin Amash, R-Mich., Acted against the GOP consensus, claiming that President Trump had committed "criminal conduct" in the form of a disability in justice, another noted Trump critic took the opposite position.
Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, acknowledged that he may have called Trump if he sees fit, but does not believe that the Miller Report provides evidence supporting the indictment of the President.
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"I just do not believe that there is the full element you need to prove a hindrance to the judiciary," Romney told presenter Jake Tapper on Sunday on CNN's State of the Union, acknowledging, "Everyone achieves their own conclusion."
Nonetheless, Romney said he was "worried," but did not think the allegations contained in the report would be enough to set the standard for a disability claim to reach.
Romney explicitly pointed out the element of intent that is required as part of a disability fee. He said that the absence of any underlying crime ̵
I do not have the elements, "Romney said.
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Amash posted the opposite theory in a Twitter thread on Saturday, saying he read the report. " President Trump has committed to a criminal offense. Romney said that while he has "respect" for Amash, he disagrees with his conclusion.