Democrat does not exclude new Trump accusation about Roger stone case

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The former Federal Prosecutor and Fox News contributor, Andrew McCarthy, President of Trump come to Attorney General William Barr’s defense amid calls for him to resign.

Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell, in an interview Wednesday, would not exclude the possibility of a new impeachment effort against President Trump about his alleged interference in the criminal case of his former employee, Roger stone.

The state had recommended to prosecutors on Monday, a prison sentence between 87 and 108 months in prison for stone, the conviction on seven counts of obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements to the Congress on the fees that originated from the former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.


But in a stunning reversal, as reported by Fox News first, leadership in the Ministry of justice removed the Prosecutor on the case, scaling back the proposed rate for the stone, which immediately led Democrats to blame, trombone-interference in the process by tweeting about his dissatisfaction with the DOJ. Trump denies it, and the case in recent times has been further complicated by questions about possible juror bias.

In an interview with CNN on Wednesday, Swalwell, D-Calif., was asked whether Democrats would look to start a new indictment at the request of the new controversy.

“You know, we are not going to of our options off the table” Swalwell, a member of the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees, told CNN. “We don’t want to Wake up in the morning to charge him.”

He added: “We want to let him on prescription drugs, background checks, and infrastructure, but we are not going to go to him this is a torch of democracy, because he thinks that he’s already gone once, and we are not going to do something about it.”

Swalwell’s comments come as several Democrats on Capitol Hill who have called for investigations — and even the resignation of attorney General Bill Barr-after the move the scale of stone-set.

“Congress must act immediately to rein in our law, the Attorney General,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass loose., tweeted Wednesday. “Barr should resign or face impeachment.”

Sen., Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., also slammed, Barr, says he, “should come to be ashamed of, and ashamed to return, and as a result of this action is a direct interference in the independent pursuit of Roger stone.” He also said that the controversy was yet another example is, “to change the political influence of the President, the independent decisions of the Department of justice.”

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-NY, does not answer the question as to whether Barr should step down, but said: “I think the behavior is extremely egregious.”


The latest Democratic passion comes after four career prosecutors has almost from the stone, including an end to the leadership of the Department of justice (DOJ) overruled you.

Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, sen Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., and Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., immediately set up an investigation called Trump the alleged political intervention in sentencing.

Schumer also took the Senate and set fire to it; the Senate, the Republicans, the free-Trump spoken to two of the indictment for the activation of the Trump.

“The Republicans thought the President would learn his lesson,” Schumer said in a veiled swipe at Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine. “It turned out that the lesson he learned was that he went too far-that he needed to use it in free run. The lesson that I learned the President was that the Republican party will not hold him accountable no matter how egregious his behavior. Not now, not ever.”


But Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Lindsey Graham wasn’t too keen on the Schumer the request for an emergency hearing.

“I take it all with him [with] a grain of salt,” said Graham, R-S. C.

Fresh from the weeks of the indictment, Democrats, similar to the alarm raised bells and phrases such as during the Ukraine saga, namely, the stone-thing is another example of political interference, abuse of power, and President of the Trump think he is above the law.

Lead impeachment manager Rep. Adam Schiff ripped trump for trying to influence the judiciary.

“It is a shocking undermining of the rule of law in this country,” Schiff said, adding that it is “an abuse of the powers of his office.”

A further charge manager, a lawyer and former judge, Rep. Sylvia Garcia, D-Texas, told Fox News: “The president’s behavior is just completely out of control. This is one of the most striking things I’ve ever seen.”

They stopped short of calling for Barr’s resignation, but said: “We can’t sit back and not do something. The question is, what is.”

You checked have the Supervisory instruments of the house Democrats.

“It Is Hearings. It is the investigation. It is legal disputes. It is a summons. It is contempt. It’s all the same, we have always had, but it is a question of making sure that we do strategically in the, what,” she said.

However, Trump on Wednesday denied meddling in the Stein criminal proceedings, to tell while sinking if he necessarily an excuse for the GOP politically effective.

“The fact is, that Roger stone was terribly dealt with, and so many other people,” Trump said were. “Their lives were destroyed.”

“I want to do is talk to the Ministry of justice, — and I to them, by the way-a nine-year saw-set… nine years for something, no one can define what he has done,” Trump. “You put a man in prison, destroy his life, his family, his wife.”

He added: “Roger stone-no one knows even what he did… to be Honest, you should apologize to a lot of people whose lives you’ve ruined.”

Stone is scheduled to be sentenced by judge Amy Berman Jackson on Feb. 20.

Earlier this month, after a weeks-long Senate trial of the President was acquitted at the expense of the abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in the connection of its pressure-to investigate the campaign on the Ukraine’s Democrats.

Fox News’ Jason Donner contributed to this report.

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