Rep. Adam Schiff says House Dems 'may' take up impeachment

Kelley Robertson
April 23, 2019

Sen. Mitt Romney, a frequent critic of President Trump, said in a Friday statement that he was "sickened" by the "dishonesty and misdirection" in the White House revealed in the report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Warren is the first major presidential candidate in a crowded Democratic field to call for impeachment proceedings against Trump.

Romney said he was "sickened" by the dishonesty in the White House, according to the Deseret News. But his report provides invaluable insight into the President's unethical (and apparently criminal) behavior.

But "Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace batted down that notion in an interview with Giuliani. "But we've also got a job to deliver for the people".

President Donald Trump isn't taking impeachment talk by Democrats lightly.

Before becoming president, Trump left the impression with his employees that he did not want them to take too many notes.

During the segment, Todd also confronted Guiliani about Donald Trump Jr.'s lack of transparency about being offered "dirt" on Clinton directly by the Russians.

This is especially important to remember when the conversation turns to obstruction of justice, where the Mueller Report details a number of truly troubling incidents in which a reasonable person could conclude that the President of the United States attempted to obstruct the conduct of an ongoing investigation.

Trump rarely takes copious notes himself, aides said, but occasionally scribbles on the side of papers. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib and presidential hopeful Sen.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway questioned on Sunday why Special Counsel Robert Mueller did not rule whether or not President Trump obstructed justice during the Russian Federation investigation and argued that Mueller leaving the ruling open means that Trump has been exonerated.

The Mueller Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election is pictured in New York, New York, on April 18, 2019. While the President is unpopular, so is the idea of impeachment, and no one believes there is any chance that a GOP-controlled Senate would vote to remove the President if the House did succeed in impeaching him.

The aftershocks from the Mueller report released Thursday will help shape the next two years of Trump's administration.

Nadler on Friday issued a subpoena to the Justice Department to hand over the full, unredacted Mueller report and underlying evidence by May 1. Barr is scheduled to testify before the House and Senate in early May. I think it's odd to say, 'I'm not going to make a recommendation, but I'm going to sound like I'm making a recommendation.

Pelosi has scheduled a Monday conference call with the House Democratic caucus - now scattered around the world during a two-week congressional recess -- to discuss the report and the House's next steps.

The poll responses were sharply split along party lines, with Democrats much more critical of Trump than his fellow Republicans.

Mueller found no evidence of a conspiracy between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign and made no decision on obstruction of justice.

Trump remains popular with most Republicans but a potential challenge from someone such as Romney in the Republican primary process next year could complicate Trump's bid to win a second term in 2020.

The president says the Mueller report vindicates him.

Several outspoken Democrats, including freshman progressive Reps.

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