The trio broke ranks with the White House and other Republican lawmakers who have limited their remarks to expressing vindication and relief that the report didn't find criminal evidence against Trump. Debbie Dingell, D-Michigan, told ABC News.
"As we review this report, I also remain committed to continuing my efforts to bring down the cost of health care, invest in our infrastructure and clean up the mess in Washington", Bustos said.
(Drew Angerer/Getty Images) President Donald Trump attends an event at the White House, April 18, 2019.
Barr has said the findings in the report did not amount to an obstruction of justice offence.
"This isn't about politics", Sen.
Another past presidential hopeful said he, too, was sick. "This isn't even specifically about Donald Trump himself". And he tagged Russian Federation as the United States' greatest geopolitical foe. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), calling for impeachment proceedings to begin.
Romney said it was "good news" that there had been insufficient evidence to charge Trump with conspiring with a foreign adversary or obstructing justice, which he said could have triggered a constitutional crisis. Mueller laid out multiple episodes in which Trump directed others to influence or curtail the Russian Federation investigation after the special counsel's appointment in May 2017, and Trump made clear that he viewed the probe as a potential mortal blow - "the end of my presidency".
"This is politically convenient", Collins said, allowing the chairman "to grandstand and rail against the attorney general for not cooperating on an impossible timeline". "We're focused on getting the full un-redacted version of the report and its underlying documents - as well as hearing from Mueller".
But, with a high-profile presidential candidate like Warren coming out in favor of impeachment, peer pressure could lead more prominent Democrats to follow her lead.
Nadler, says he expects the justice department to comply with the committee's subpoena for the full report by May 1.
"I don't know that we'd have a majority, anywhere near a majority, willing to stand up and oppose the speaker and take a position that could be adverse to maintaining the House", he added. She knocked off a Republican incumbent a year ago in a district that favored Trump by more than 6 percentage points in 2016.
The poll found that 50% of Americans agreed that "Trump or someone from his campaign worked with Russia to influence the 2016 election", and 58% agreed that the president "tried to stop investigations into Russian influence on his administration".
"Now it is time for our country to heal because all politics all the time is tearing our country apart and hurting real people", he said.
One of her constituents, Joy Marie Zug, said she voted for Trump in 2016 after having supported Democratic President Barack Obama.
For now, only the party's most progressive voices, including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-New York, joined activists and a handful of Democrats in support of impeachment proceedings without additional committee actions in the House.