President Donald Trump has been stewing in rage over the testimonies of the former and current aides who appeared in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report, according to a Saturday CNN report.
The report provided extensive details on Mr Trump's efforts to thwart Mr Mueller's Russian Federation investigation, giving Democrats plenty of political ammunition against the Republican president but no consensus on how to use it.
He said that Democrats should, instead, focus on finding a candidate who could beat President Trump.
The special counsel assessed ten particular episodes in connection to the obstruction investigation, all of which were clearly outlined in his report.
The lack of support for impeachment from House Democratic leadership has led to frustrations within the party.
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That means the House should initiate impeachment proceedings against the President of the United States". Warren's tweet comes a day after a redacted report from Mueller's investigation was made public.
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The Massachusetts legislator made that request after a version erased yesterday with the report of special prosecutor Robert Mueller on the investigation into the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 elections and a supposed complicity with the campaign of the Republican president. "That means the House should initiate impeachment proceedings against the President of the U.S.", the Massachusetts Senator said in a series of tweets on Friday.
The subpoena gives a deadline of May 1 for the full report to be handed over to the Judiciary Committee, one day before Attorney General Barr is due to testify before Congress. "We haven't had yet an opportunity to have hearings where we interview Mueller", Booker said on a campaign stop in Reno, Nevada.
A Justice Department spokeswoman, Kerri Kupec, called the subpoena "premature and unnecessary" given Attorney General William Barr's voluntary release of the report and offer to share more with lawmakers.
On the obstruction of justice point, Trump fired so many of his key Cabinet members because they refused to accommodate his wishes to abort the Mueller investigation. "Well it depends on what we see in the report".
Later in 2018, when news reports surfaced about the president's first attempt to fire Mueller, Trump directed McGahn to publicly claim the stories were false.