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Sen Rand Paul does not agree with Rep. Justin Amash, a fellow of the libertarian Republicans -that the house of representatives should move forward with the impeachment of President Trump.
Sen Rand Paul does not agree with Rep. Justin Amash – a fellow libertarian Republicans -that the house of representatives should move forward with the impeachment of President Trump.
Amash, R-Mich., the headlines in recent weeks for his long Twitter threads laying his argument for the prosecution is based on the Müller report.
His latest tweet storm took aim at Attorney General William Barr, for allegedly misleading the public about Special Counsel Robert Müller results and push a “false narrative” that the trump campaign was wrongly spied on during the election in 2016.
“I have not changed, I am, I said I was. I am a fundamental, constitutional conservative, is consistent, regardless of whether we have President Obama in office, or President Trump,” Amash said during a town hall event on Tuesday.
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The response to Robert Mueller, public Declaration -in which the former special counsel stressed that his report does not say that Trump commit a crime – Amash Democrats urge impeachment, stepped forward to begin proceedings.
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Paul, R-Ky., said on “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday, he takes the opposite view of Amash, see the origins of the Russia-investigation as “un-libertarian.”
He explained that the powers, in particular, FISA surveillance, recycled, in the FBI counterintelligence probe of the kind that liberals have long warned against being abused by the government.
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“I see an abuse of power from Comey, clapper, Brennan, by all these guys,” said Paul.
“I think you took this great power that we entrusted to spy on foreigners, and they turned against the Americans for political reasons. So, I think this needs to be investigated and I think it is wrong for all Republicans to think, ‘Oh, no, this is a legitimate investigation.’ I think it is a very partisan investigation.”
Paul then said that he sees no other Republicans are connecting with Democrats’ “partisan” impeachment push.
Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.