Rep. Ted Lieu (D., Calif.) suggested Wednesday former special counsel Robert Mueller reached a conclusion regarding whether President Donald Trump committed a crime, but refrained from issuing an indictment only because of a memorandum from the Department of Justice.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) told the media to be "messengers of truth" about former special counsel Robert Mueller's congressional testimony on Wednesday during a press conference after the conclusion of the hearings.
At the beginning of his second congressional hearing Wednesday, former special counsel Robert Mueller walked back a previous response he gave earlier in the morning that indicated the reason why his investigative team did not indict President Donald Trump was due to a memorandum from the Department of Justice limiting the ability to indict a sitting president.
MSNBC contributor and former Obama administration official Jeremy Bash said Robert Mueller's appearance before the House Judiciary Committee "sucked the life out of the report" and "set back" efforts to impeach President Donald Trump.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) said Wednesday she understood the "political reasons" for House Democrats to oppose impeaching President Donald Trump but urged them to "do what is right," in a seeming jab at Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.)
Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller testified in Congress on Wednesday, and users of the popular social networking website Twitter have been doing their best to express insightful opinions about his testimony.
Fox News anchor Chris Wallace eviscerated Robert Mueller for his testimony in front of the House Judiciary Committee during the first break in Mueller's marathon appearance, calling it a "disaster" for Democrats and Mueller's reputation.