Hoyer warned last month that the indictment would take the Democrats’ “eye off the ball.”
House majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD.) appeared to reverse course Thursday tweeted that the Congress must obtain the “full” Müller report, in order to decide “what measures may be necessary”, shortly after telling CNN that “the indictment is useful at this point.”
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Hoyer said in a press release that Müller ‘ s report dismisses the President of the obstruction, and said Congress must make a determination on the question.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-NY, said the report “disturbing evidence” that Trump disabled had justice.
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The Ministry of justice announced on Thursday evening that a less redacted version of the report will be available to the Congress next week.
The nearly two-year investigation that is not completed to the 448-page report, there was sufficient evidence that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia, but not a statement about obstruction of justice.