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, and Americans deserve to know why.
The decision not to prosecute Trump was made by his hand-picked Attorney General based on a false legal premise. Congress must #SubpoenaMueller
— Tom Steyer (@TomSteyer) March 24, 2019https://twitter.com/TomSteyer/status/1110187414004195328
Liberals and the media were obsessed with the idea that President Donald Trump colluded with Russia. California billionaire Tom Steyer expected the investigation would provide proof of “collusion.” He cited it as one of 10 reasons to impeach Trump and he’s not backing down, even now that the FBI special investigation of Trump is over without finding any collusion with Russia.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr summarized the investigation’s findings in a letter to the Judiciary Committee March 24. It indicated the Special Counsel did not find that Trump (or anyone on his campaign) “conspired or knowingly coordinated” with Russian election meddling. As for obstruction of justice, the Special Counsel did not draw a conclusion, but left it in Barr’s hands and Barr found the evidence “not sufficient to establish that the President committed an obstruction-of-justice offense.”
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That “big, big win for this president” didn’t prevent media skepticism or hysteria. Nor did it derail Steyer’s aims to see Trump impeached and removed from office.
He tweeted on March 24, “Of @realdonaldtrump
’s 10 impeachable offenses, the Mueller Report only relates to two. He still profited from his presidency, advocated violence, and more. Regardless, we must see the full report—not just a four page summary.”
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“Collusion” and “obstruction of justice” were two primary reasons Steyer argued for Trump’s impeachment with his billions and his political machine, Need to Impeach. As of March 25, the Need to Impeach website still listed both as two of ten supposedly “impeachable offenses.”
On Twitter, Steyer continued promoting impeachment and attacking Trump on March 24 and 25:
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