An unprecedented call from a Republican vice-president to isolate Trump

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UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — The Republican MP, Justin Amash, that US President Donald Trump engaged in conduct that may require “isolation”, becoming the first politician from his party calls for the isolation of the White House master.

Michigan State Attorney William Bar accused the public of deliberately “misleading” the content of Special Prosecutor Robert Muller’s report on Russia’s alleged support for Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election.

In a series of tweets, Amash said that “the Muller report read only a few members of Congress,” noting that the report identified “several examples of behavior that match all elements of the obstruction of justice.”

“Without a doubt, it would have been possible to bring charges based on this evidence to anyone other than the US president,” he said.

“Contrary to what Barr has shown, the Muller report reveals that President Trump has been engaged in specific actions and in a manner of behavior that meets the minimum behaviors that require isolation.”

The Republican MP’s statements went beyond those of most prominent Democratic figures in Congress.

In turn, Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib urged her Republican counterpart to support a draft resolution she had submitted calling for the removal of Trump.

“I have a draft resolution calling for an investigation that would isolate the president and you can support him with me,” she told Amash. Trump announced that Muller’s report had completely cleared him.

But some Democrats noted that the report presented several cases in which the president may have obstructed justice. Among them, Senator Elizabeth Warren, a candidate for the 2020 elections called for the removal of the President’s removal proceedings.

But other prominent Democratic figures, including Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, have warned of such a move, saying it could lead to divisions in the country of some 325 million people.


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