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Trump vs. Mueller investigation?

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Kyle GriffinVerified account @kylegriffin1 1h1 hour ago


C-SPAN has @BarbMcQuade's complete opening statement:

"The conduct described in the report constitutes multiple crimes of Obstruction of Justice.

It's supported by evidence of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt."


Kyle GriffinVerified account @kylegriffin1 2h2 hours ago


 @JoyceWhiteVance's complete opening statement:

"If anyone other than a president of the United States committed this conduct

he would be under incitement today for multiple acts of Obstruction of Justice."


Rep. Pramila JayapalVerified account @RepJayapal 2h2 hours ago

.@BarbMcQuade in @HouseJudiciary: “By seeking to curtail the [Russia] investigation,

President Trump committed an act that threatened the national security of this country.”

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Build the case brick by brick by brick until you have a Wall so high the general public accepts it.  Use the current committees investigating to do the groundwork - and then when you have the Wall built, create an impeachment inquiry committee.

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The HillVerified account @thehill


Fox News' Shep Smith tells viewers "everyone in America" should read Mueller report 


Ted LieuVerified account @tedlieu 8h8 hours ago


Shep Smith is right. Everyone should read the Mueller Report.

If you don't have time to read the full Report, you can just read the summaries in the Report.


And if you don't have time to do that,

you can read the tweets of @GOP Rep @justinamash.


Justin AmashVerified account @justinamash Jun 11

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