Special Investigator Robert Mueller
By Mary Foran
Although he may not be removed from office through impeachment, President Trump could be prosecuted after he leaves office for Russian collusion and obstruction of justice, both of which the President vehemently denies ever occurred.
Just to make things clear, here is the definition of impeachment:
Nancy Pelosi, the Senate Democratic Majority leader, is stalling her party on impeachment proceedings, and in fact, there are not enough votes quite yet to go ahead with the process.
The whole bug-a-boo seems to stem from Trump’s ambition to build one of his famous towers in the heart of Moscow, as well as his light-hearted acceptance of Russian favoritism in the 2016 Presidential campaign. Also, claims of his “obstruction of justice” come from his repeated refusals to meet with Mueller one-on-one.
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