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President Trump says, we must never report to let this happen to other presidents; chief White House correspondent John Roberts.
Attorney General William Barr’s memo to declare Special Counsel Robert Müller no evidence of Trump-Russia agreement during the 2016 campaign has done little to silence calls for the ouster of the President most of the enemies fiercely.
Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, who along with Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., indictment introduced against the President at the beginning of the year, tweeted on Sunday that “the indictment is dead.”
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The Congressman tweeted that Müller ‘ s report “does NOT examine the bigotry that harms the presidency of our country.”
Green added: “The results do NOT negate the President’s bigotry. As long as bigotry influences the policy of the President, I will continue to try his impeachment. #ImpeachmentIsNotDead.”
While some democratic leaders have publicly urged caution charges for months, several house Democrats ranges from Green to freshman Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., and others have persistently pressed the issue. In the Wake of the Mueller report, an indictment of the men behind seemed unimpressed and stressed to examine that the Congress has more questions about collusion.
After the report was submitted, and shortly before your results were released, Waters MSNBC said, “this is the end of something” and said it is still much more that needs to be investigated.
“This President has to try to in the minds of people and teach them,” she said. “He wants to try and come to the conclusion that this report is proof that there is no collusion and you have a lot of his helpers, the nod from him and you will say the same.”
Waters added: “this is The end of anything. Well, it’s the end of the report and the investigation from Mueller, but those of us on these committees, with our supervision, as there is so much that has to be made to have a look at this point. It is not the end of everything.”
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After the four-page letter from Barr, Müller ‘ s report found no evidence that Trump conspired with the campaign, “or a coordinated” with Russia for influence in the 2016 presidential elections, but no conclusion on a result of whether or not Trump obstructed justice.
After Barr’s summary, Miller stated “the evidence on both sides of the issue” and stated that “while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it is also does not relieve him.” Barr and Deputy attorney Rod Rosenstein noted that, again, you see, have provided evidence for a disability case, but numerous democratic legislators in question that the determination since Sunday summary release.
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Meanwhile, billionaire hedge-Fund manager and major Democratic donor Tom Steyer his own efforts is not to give up to oust trump from the Oval Office.
Steyer, who started the need to charges campaign last year, tweeted a video Sunday saying that the trump’ “10 impeachable offenses, the Mueller report only refers to two. Still he’s benefited from his presidency, advocated violence, and more.” He also urged Barr to release to the public the full Mueller report.
“[Trump] remains the most corrupt President in American history, only in relation to criminal investigations,” Steyer tweeted. “There is still the-silent-money-investigation and the compensation lawsuit. He is NOT exempt from corruption, by a long shot.”
Fox News’ Nicole Darrah and The Associated Press contributed to this report.