On Sunday, Attorney General William Barr released bare findings of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
The four-page released detailed that President Donald Trump and his campaign did not conspire with Russia.
However, former U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade explained that Trump could still be impeached.
“I have never seen anything like this before. I find it really curious that Robert Mueller was not the one to make the recommendation if this did or did not constitute an offense for obstruction of justice,” she told MSNBC’s Ari Melber. “I find it odd.”
She said that just because Trump did not commit a chargeable crime does not mean he is in the clear just yet and that he could still be impeached.
“There could still be a base for impeachment here even though it does not technically meet the strict requirements of violating a federal statute,” she said.
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Judiciary Democrats schedule Trump ‘corruption’ hearing on ’emoluments and profiting off the presidency’
The House Judiciary Committee has scheduled a "corruption" hearing on President Donald Trump's business practices.
The committee on Tuesday, which is controlled by Democrats, posted a notification about the hearing on its website.
The hearing is titled "Presidential Corruption: Emoluments and Profiting Off the Presidency." It is scheduled for Sept. 23 at 2 pm. A witness list was not immediately available.
Trump's opponents have argued that he has violated the Emoluments Clause of the U.S. Constitution by profiting off foreign dignitaries who visit his hotels and restaurants.
Attack on Saudi Arabia came from Iran: US official
The United States has concluded the weekend attack on Saudi oil facilities was launched from Iranian soil and cruise missiles were involved, a US official told AFP on Tuesday.
The official, who declined to be identified, said the United States was gathering evidence about the attack to present to the international community, notably European allies, at the UN General Assembly next week.
Asked if Washington was certain that the missiles had been launched from Iranian soil, the official answered: "Yes."
The weekend strikes on Abqaiq ?- the world's largest oil processing facility ?- and the Khurais oil field in eastern Saudi Arabia have roiled global energy markets.
The View audience goes wild when Meghan McCain and Abby Huntsman get schooled on democratic socialism
Both conservatives on "The View" warned of the dangers of democratic socialism, but co-host Joy Behar drew a rowdy response with her impassioned defense of wealth distribution.
The panelists were discussing Sen. Elizabeth Warren's climb in the polls, and Meghan McCain speculated about the possibility of the Massachusetts Democrat heading into a contested Democratic convention with Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders.
"I happen to love Elizabeth Warren," Behar said. "I think she would make a magnificent president, and I think this whole talk about she's too far to the left is a lot of hooey, frankly."