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in the wake of former special counsel Robert Muller is less than blockbuster appearance on Capitol Hill Democrats are vowing to accelerate a host of investigations aimed at president trump even as frictions within the party intensified house speaker Nancy Pelosi remains firmly against impeaching president trump with the allies of the democratic leader saying molars faltering testimony indicates her approach and we have a case for impeachment , that's the place who will have to go at that the fact that why had like it to be a strong case is because I don't it's it's based on the facts but reports Thursday said chairman of the house Judiciary Committee Jerrold Nadler is eager to launch impeachment proceedings against the president believing Muller's testimony build a strong case that trump repeatedly sought to obstruct the Russia pro , since a chant of no obstruction is nonsense his chance that %HESITATION %HESITATION he's been totally exonerated is a simple lie with Congress set to leave on a six week summer recess Nadler said for now he's getting ready to head with the , Asian nations including going to court to enforce a subpoena against former White House counsel don McGann who molars report said was pressured to have mobile removed by the president trump called Muller's seven hours of testimony a major victory for him in the Republican Party the Democrats had nothing , and now they have less than nothing and I think they're going to lose the twenty twenty election very big including think rational say it's because of the path that they chose in the twenty twenty elections are hanging over all of this with the Democrats split on whether they should focus on policy issues like healthcare or if their best bet in capturing the White House in the Senate is to double down on its scrutiny of trump