Mueller puts it up to Congress to impeach Trump after report

If nothing else, impeachment proceedings would bring clarity and cohesion to a chaotic Congressional investigative process

2nd June, 2019
Robert Mueller last week made it clear that his probe had not exonerated Donald TrumpGetty

Mueller has spoken. At long last, Moses has descended from the Mount with a succinct verbal synopsis of his 448-page report.

Or if you want to condense his nine-minute public statement into something even more bite-sized here it is: read the goddamn report.

Nothing new was revealed during Mueller’s granite-faced, gravel-voiced reiteration of its conclusions. But for the 99.999 per cent of Americans – and their representatives in the House and Senate – who haven’t...

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