Dems do not take no collusion for an answer, looking for Mueller evidence, and more

nearvideo-Pelosi, Schumer release a joint statement about the termination of the Müller-report

Democratic leaders urge Attorney General William Barr ‘the full report to the public and to provide underlying documents and findings to the Congress”; Peter Doocy reports from Washington.

Democrats showed no signs of letting up even after Special Counsel Robert Müller ‘ s report found no evidence of collusion between Trump campaign associates and Russia in the election in 2016, with their congressional leaders to demand not only the publication of the full report, but also the underlying documents — and the statement by attorney General Bill Barr.

Barr published a four-page summary Sunday Müller, the results of its investigation over almost two years. Barr’s pointed letter to the fact that, while Müller no evidence of collusion, the special Council does not come to a result found, whether President Trump obstructed justice.


In turn, Barr and Deputy attorney Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Miller and led the majority of the Russia-investigation after former attorney General Jeff Sessions recused themselves, concluded that the evidence was “not sufficient to establish that the President committed obstruction of justice is punishable by law.”

These red flags raised for the Democrats, who have already indicated that the Miller report is not the end of the Trump investigation. If anything, Democrats were encouraged to keep pursuing the issue of disability, according to Müller,-open-no matter what completed Barr. Democrats quickly Barr impartiality challenged, where he for a substantial amount of the documents of the Mueller investigation.

“Attorney General Barr’s letter raises as many questions as it answered. The fact that Special Counsel Müller ‘ s report dismisses the President on a charge as serious as obstruction of justice, shows how urgent it is that the full report and the underlying documentation will be made public without any further delay,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, said in a joint statement on Sunday evening, the rays of Barr as “a neutral observer” and claimed that he “is capable of objective investigation of the report.”

“The Congress requires a full report and the underlying documents, so that the committees can increase their independent work, including the supervision and legislation to ask the Miller report,” they continued. “Americans have a right to know.”


Fox News has learned that Mueller said Barr and Rosenstein three weeks ago that he would be able to reach a conclusion on the obstruction of justice. A source described this as an unexpected message.

With Müller ‘ s decision not to issue a verdict on the obstruction of justice issue, Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee, said that it is “[s]eems like the Department of Justice, by questions directly in the Congress’ court.”

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, have vowed to Barr witnesses before the Committee, “in the near future” and said it “must dismiss full transparency”, what is uncovered Müller, “the President’s misconduct.”

“The DOJ owes the public more than just a brief summary, and the decision not to go further in their work,” he tweeted, adding, that, as Müller does not relieve Trump to obstruction of justice, “we need to hear from the AG Barr of its decision and the underlying evidence for the American people all the facts.”

Later, Nadler, House-Intelligence-Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., issued a joint statement questioning Barr’s “objectivity” and calling “for the release of the Special Counsel’ s to the full report and all underlying documents.”


But Barr write clearly that Müller was the probe fully, ask the questions, what could hope the Democrats, to uncover the used on their own-especially without the public Prosecutor’s office muscle and leverage of Müller. Barr’s letter explained that the special counsel “issued more than 2,800 citations, running almost 500 search warrants, and received more than 230 orders for the communication records issued nearly 50 orders authorizing the use of pen Register, 13 requests to foreign governments for evidence, and interviewed about 500 witnesses.”

Barr also said that “in the cataloging of the President’s actions, many of which took place in public view, the report does not contain any actions in our sole discretion, to constitute obstructive conduct had a nexus to a pending or contemplated proceedings, and were done with corrupt intent, each of which … would need to be demonstrated beyond a reasonable doubt to establish that obstruction of justice is punishable by law.”

Nevertheless, the comments from Democrats underline that they have no intention of accepting Barr summary report-is—amid numerous calls for the full report release or set the arrangements, and disability to rest of the problems, because they pursue their own congressional investigations.


Nadler Committee already performs an investigation of “alleged obstruction of justice, public corruption and other abuses of power by President Trump”, he announced, at the beginning of this month. Nadler requested documents and records connected with 81 people and entities, in a way, to the President.

In the meantime, other house Democrats hazards have aggressive high own Trump-related investigations, which are suitable to a network of Committee probes and high-profile hearings that will probably last into the 2020 election year.

At this point, the House Intelligence Committee, the study of the President of the foreign business and the Russian election meddling, and the house is headed-the Committee on Foreign Affairs, of President Eliot Engel, D-NY, is also the study of the President of the foreign shops.

Fox News’ Jake Gibson contributed to this report.

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