In 2020, The Elizabeth Warren proposes, to say that law, a President can be indicted

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.

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is pushing for a new law that says the President can face charges of obstruction of justice.

The campaign proposal of a two-term senator from Massachusetts — unveiled Friday – two days after Russia investigation of special counsel Robert Mueller, said a justice Department Office of Legal Counsel Directive prohibited him from even the indictment of President Trump.


“I have a plan to ensure that no President is above the law,” Warren said in a statement, calling for the legislature, “an act to clarify Congress’s intention that the Department of Justice you can to the President of the United States.”

“The Congress should make it clear that the President be indicted for criminal offences, including obstruction of justice,” the progressive senator added. “And if I’m President, I will order justice Department officials to reverse the flawed policies, so that no President is shielded from criminal responsibility.”

Warren was one of the first Democratic White house hopefuls to push the house of representatives to begin impeachment proceedings against trump for obstruction of justice. You made your reputation after the publication of an edited version of the Müller report.

The special counsel said, in his report and in his first public comments on his almost two-year investigation, that he and his team were exculpatory trump.

“If we don’t trust that the President committing obvious crimes, we would have said,” Müller said.


Mueller’s boss, attorney General William Barr said in a CBS News interview on Thursday that the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel, should not be prevented from the special Council that indicates whether Trump had obstructed justice.

“The opinion says, you can’t indict a President, while he’s given in office,” Barr. “But (Mueller) could have reached a decision, whether it’s criminal activity.”


But Warren, in their Friday announcement, Barr, says that he has “disgraced himself by how Trump’s personal attorney.”

And you charged that Barr “wrote a four-page “summary” in order to mislead the public about the Müller report” and gave a press conference to “repeat the White house talking points on the issue of Russia’s investigation.”


The President, in his response to the special counsel’s comments, once again illuminated, “Mueller did not find obstruction.”

And on Thursday, the President fired away to the special counsel, said: “I think he’s a completely contradictory person. I think Müller is a true never-Trumper. He is someone who dislikes Donald Trump”

So far, only around 40 representatives in the 435-member house have called for the start of a charge request. Warren is one of approximately ten Democratic presidential candidates – to push in a 24-person field – to the house start impeachment proceedings.

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