Dems ramp-up calls for Trump charges, according to Müller, is talking about Russia-probe

nearvideo-Robert Müller: the Charging of the President with a crime was not an option that we might consider

Speaking publicly for the first time since the release of Russia report, special counsel Robert Mueller says there were ‘multiple, systematic effort” with the presidential elections that his team found there is not enough evidence to charge a larger conspiracy, and that, if it was the confidence that the President does not commit a crime, the report would have said so.

Prominent Democrats are ramping-up calls President trump charges as a result of the Special Counsel, to Robert Mueller’s statement on Wednesday, the soling his investigation, the findings, and stressed its report dismisses the President of obstruction of justice.


House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, would seek the Committee will play a main role in any prosecution, said during a New York City press conference on Wednesday afternoon, “considering [the] indictment in question, at this point, all options are on the table, and nothing should be ruled out.”

Müller, the statement triggered an avalanche of calls from 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., tweeted that it was a “legal and moral obligation to begin impeachment proceedings immediately.”

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., described Müller’s statement as “a prosecution referral,” and said that Congress should act.

Sr., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., also in the comparison of Müller’s remarks to a “charge referall,” and said, “We need to start impeachment proceedings. It is our constitutional duty.”

Beto O’rourke weighed in also, calling for “consequences, the accountability and justice,” and say that the accusation was “the only way to ensure that.”

Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., who is also a candidate for President, said now that Miller is done with the work, “impeachment hearings should begin in the morning.”

On the issue of obstruction of justice, Miller said, it would be unconstitutional to charge a sitting President with a crime, and he would not accuse someone of a crime, without them fighting back, in a judicial proceeding. At the same time, he said, he was able to get rid of the President. This has fuel to Democrats’ desire charges trump.

In a previous statement, Nadler, the top Democrat on the Committee, vowed that Congress would “respond.”

To keep track of “given that Special Counsel Müller was not able to press criminal charges against the President, it falls to Congress to answer to the crimes, lies and other misconduct on the part of President trump, and we will do so,” Nadler said in a statement. “No one, not even the President of the United States, is above the law.”

Nadler’s statement explicitly addressed obstruction of justice, said that “the Constitution, to take the points to Congress measures to hold the President responsible.”

Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, issued a statement, with a completely different conclusion than Nadler.

“Special Counsel Müller has confirmed today what we knew months ago, when his report was released: there was no collusion and no disability,” Collins said in a statement. “Relitigating the 2016 election and re-Gating of the special counsel’s findings will only continue to divide our country.”

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, in a statement, explicitly stating that it was time to move on from the investigation according to Mueller’s report did not find evidence of collusion with Russia, and the justice determined, there is no sufficient evidence of a disability.

“The report was clear—there is no plot, no conspiracy, – – -, and Ministry of justice was confirmed, there was no obstacle,” said Sanders. Special Counsel Muller also sstated that attorney General Barr acted in good faith in his dealings with the report. After two years, the Special Counsel moved on with his life, and all others should do the same.”


Trump’s 2020 campaign addressed Miller’s statement.

“Special Counsel Robert Mueller confirmed to the observations made today, what we already knew. There was no collusin between the Russians and the Trump campaign, and it was not a case for disability,” campaign manager Brad Parscale, said in a statement. “President Trump was fully released from liability. Mueller said his investigation is over. The case is now closed.”

Parscale went to the address the investigation of “the origins of the Russia-hoax”, and why the Ministry of justice and the FBI initiated their probe of the trump campaign.

“Who is for transparency, constitutional-civil-libterties, and the rule of law want to know, there should be a, why the human sources, interception, and unmasking have been used to infiltrate a campaign,” he said.

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