Democrats control the House and could begin impeachment proceedings if they are so inclined. He looked at Trump every way you could look at Trump, and he found nothing. He has sworn off legislating until Congress stops investigating him.
Graham's message to the president follows a tumultuous meeting on Wednesday between Trump and Democratic leadership.
A branch of the German bank Deutsche Bank pictured with a sculpture of the "Gutenberg" monument, February 1, 2018, in Frankfurt, Germany. And perhaps he is legitimately peeved that Democrats are getting closer to impeachment and is just lashing out.
The public feud comes in the midst of a $2 trillion infrastructure bill fight, a new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) needing to be ratified by Congress, and an escalating trade war with China. He also highlighted Trump's request that former Attorney General Jeff Sessions reverse his decision to recuse himself from the Russian Federation investigation so Sessions "could retain control over the investigation and help the president".
The president's lawyers have already filed an appeal in the Washington, DC, case, and are expected to do the same in NY.
Does a video show U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slurring her words and appearing "drunk as a skunk"?
But Amash said that despite Barr's portrayal of the Mueller report, Trump's actions "meet the threshold for impeachment" and he likely would have been indicted on obstruction of justice charges, had he not been president.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has thus far rebuffed that request, which cites a 1920s-era law requiring the Treasury to hand Congress any tax information it requests, telling lawmakers on Wednesday that he expects the matter to be resolved in court.
"My guess is that she's following where her caucus is - if and when the members elected from suburban districts that had tended to be Republican start calling for impeachment, she may become more open to it", Galdieri said.
Mueller's report, released last month, did not establish Trump or any of his aides coordinated with Russian Federation in its efforts to influence the 2016 election but left open the question of whether Trump obstructed justice.
On Tuesday, the House Intelligence Committee struck a deal with the Justice Department to view some of that underlying evidence on a rolling basis, beginning as early as this week. "Get the facts to the American people in our investigation.it may take us to a place that is unavoidable in terms of impeachment, but we're not at that place".
And despite Trump's claim that he left the meeting because he was offended that Pelosi, immediately before traveling to the White House for the session, accused him of being guilty of a "cover-up", the president is more upset that House Democrats are not rushing to impeachment, Pelosi said.
ABC News' Lauren Pearle and Benjamin Siegel contributed reporting.