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Democrats call again to deposit Trump after statements Mueller

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Several prominent members of the Democratic party call to the procedure of ‘impeachment’, deposition, against the American president Donald Trump to boot. It is the responsibility of the Congress to act against the ‘crimes’ of Trump, sounds the.

The call comes after the special prosecutor, Robert Mueller, for the first time public declarations about his research into the Russian interference in the presidential election in 2016 and the ties with the campaign of Trump.

Mueller announced that his research is officially completed and repeated again that there are indeed ‘multiple and systematic attempts have been to in our election(s) between”, but that there is no evidence that Trump and his team samenspanden with Russia. Yet according to the magistrate, ” would he have said if he was confident that president Donald Trump is clearly a crime had been committed’. “We could not, however, a part or the president whether or not a crime has been committed.’

However, had accused the former chief of the federal investigation FBI the Republican president, the disturbing influence on his research to have exercised. To begin with an attempt to give him the avenue to send out. Any follow-up that need, said Mueller. He stated, however, that a president can be prosecuted for a federal offense and if he is still in office’.

‘Congress must answer to crimes’

“Special prosecutor Mueller was not able to criminal complaints against the president, come to Congress to find a solution to the crimes, lies and wrong actions of president Trump. And we will do this’, said the (Democratic) president Jerry Nadler of the committee for Justice in the House of Representatives.

Nadler stated that he with the procedure for impeachment would boot up, but said, however, that all options are on the table, and that nothing should be excluded.

Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the House of Representatives, announced that several members of the Congress and the president want to sell. ‘We want to do what is right and what produces results’, according to the Democrate.

Also senators Elizabeth Warren, Corey Booker and Kamala Harris are in favour of a deposition, just as Democratic personalities like Beto O’rourke and Pete Buttigieg. “The statement of Robert Muller is clear: the Congress has a legal and moral obligation to provide the procedure immediately start up,” says Booker.

Trump responded in a tweet. “Nothing changes with the Mueller report. There was insufficient evidence and therefore is, in our country, a person is innocent. The case is closed!’, sounded it.