“We would like to thank Special Counsel Robert Mueller for his service to our nation over the past two years. In his statement this morning, Special Counsel Mueller reaffirmed his report, which found substantial evidence that Russia attacked our political system and that the President sought to obstruct Mueller’s investigation over and over again.
“He also confirmed three central points: he did not exonerate the President of the United States of obstruction of justice, obstruction of justice is a serious crime that strikes at the core of our justice system, and the Constitution points to Congress to take action to hold the President accountable.
“Although Department of Justice policy prevented the Special Counsel from bringing criminal charges against the President, the Special Counsel has clearly demonstrated that President Trump is lying about the Special Counsel’s findings, lying about the testimony of key witnesses in the Special Counsel’s report, and is lying in saying that the Special Counsel found no obstruction and no collusion.
“Given that Special Counsel Mueller was unable to pursue criminal charges against the President, it falls to Congress to respond to the crimes, lies and other wrongdoing of President Trump – and we will do so. No one, not even the President of the United States, is above the law.” – House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler.
Nadler straining *extremely hard* not to undercut Pelosi or get out ahead of her, but the exertion is palpable.
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) May 29, 2019
Question: Will you subpoena Mueller to testify?@RepJerryNadler pauses, then says: “Mr. Mueller told us a lot of what we needed to hear today.”
— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) May 29, 2019
House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler: “Though the Department of Justice policy prevented the special counsel from bringing criminal charges against the president, the special counsel has clearly demonstrated that the president is lying.”
Via CBS pic.twitter.com/NnWKy4gzII
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) May 29, 2019
Nadler: “The special counsel did not exonerate the president of the United States of obstruction of justice.” pic.twitter.com/b6sqWEyRG7
— CBS News (@CBSNews) May 29, 2019