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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., on Friday, the impeachment proceedings against President Trump, suggesting that the newly released Mueller-had report, laid the Foundation stone for the Congress to act, urging the Congress to begin.
In a series of tweets, the presidential candidate of the report as evidence of obstruction of justice and collusion, add, Special Counsel Robert Muller had quoted “the next step in the hands of Congress.”
This next step? She says it is charge.
“The Miller report contains facts that show that a hostile foreign government attacked our 2016 election to help, Donald Trump, and Donald Trump welcomed the help,” she said in a tweet. “Once elected, Donald Trump is hampering the investigation into the attack.”
Warren went on to quote the report, which was released in full with redactions, on Thursday. In him, says Müller, “the Congress should prohibit the authority that a President is corrupt, use of his authority.”
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“The correct process for the exercise of this authority of prosecution,” she said.
Müller ‘s report appeared in the Washington’s partisan scrum Thursday morning. The investigators showed not evidence of collusion between the 2016 Trump presidential campaign and Russia – a conclusion confirmed by attorney General Bill Barr last month, and again in the run-up to the document release.
But the report was from a variety of measures of the President, which were examined as part of the investigation, the obstruction of the investigation.
Democrats continue to insist that Barr-summary last month, misled the American people, and that the fuller report, even with its multitude of redactions, told a very different story.
The Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., hit Barr for what he said was an attempt ” to put a positive spin for the President on the special counsel’s findings.”
“If the special counsel, as he had made it clear that exculpatory evidence, the President found, he would have said so. He did not. He left the question to the Congress of the United States, and we need to keep it,” ship said at a press conference on Thursday.
Warren a step further went on Friday with her insistence that the members of “their constitutional duty.”
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“This means that the house should, by means of impeachment proceedings against the President of the United States.”
They feared that ignoring the President’s “repeated efforts to interfere with it would” inflict justice “lasting damage” to the American policy.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.