President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump defends an interview with Stephanopolous Trump defends an interview with Stephanopolous Buttigieg on foreign intelligence offers: "Just call the FBI" in an interview broadcast Sunday many times said special advocate Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) Swan Mueller Kamala Harris states that his Justice Department would have "no other choice" but to prosecute Trump for obstruction. Kamala Harris claims that her Justice Department would have "no choice" but to prosecute Trump for obstruction. Demobilization committees gain new powers to investigate Trump PLUS found no collusion with Russia and "essentially" ruled out the obstruction, returning to the question in response to a number of questions while a new poll showed that the number Americans who supported the impeachment increased.
In the ABC News interview, Trump said he read Mueller's April report and said he "found no collusion, and found no obstruction."
The report quotes more than 100 contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia, but says there is not enough evidence to conclude a conspiracy. The investigators also did not determine whether Trump had prevented justice from getting justice, Mueller said it was because a sitting president could not be prosecuted.
In the same interview, Trump exchanged a letter in which more than 1,000 federal prosecutors said he would have been charged with obstructing him if he had not been acting president, claiming that the signatories were "politicians" and "Trump's enemies".
His interview was broadcast as part of a NBC News / Wall Street Journal poll that found support for impeachment hearings increased 10 points from May, reaching 27%. The increase was largely driven by Democrats, of whom 48% are now in favor of dismissal, up 18 points from last month.
The new poll found that the number of Americans who think the Congress should continue to search if there is enough evidence to hold impeachment hearings fell from 8 points to 24%.
A Fox News poll released on Sunday revealed that 50% of respondents thought the Trump campaign was coordinated with Russia, up 6 points from March. Forty-four percent of respondents said they did not believe in collusion.
Half of those surveyed were in favor of impeachment, with 43% of respondents favoring the removal and removal of Trump – a one-point increase from March – and 7% approving the dismissal but not the impeachment, against 48%. The same survey found that 56% of respondents said it was "not at all" likely that Trump would eventually be fired.
Polls come amid growing regrets from the Democratic Party's progressive wing against the president Nancy PelosiNancy Pelosi Election Security Bills Face GOP Law Election Security Bills Face GOP Law Dems Repeals Repeal of Justice Rule Prohibiting Presidential Charges MORE'S (D-Calif.) Hard line against the dismissal procedure.
In an interview with ABC, "This Week", the representative. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezPolice: a man entered the office of Ocasio-Cortez The police said that a man had entered the Ocasio-Cortez office Ocasio-Cortez is launching a petition in order to & # 39; Repeal Hyde Amendment SUITE (D-N.Y.) Stated that the frustration with Pelosi's position was "quite real".
"I think this question to me … should not be about polls or elections, I think the removal is extremely serious and it's about the presence and the evidence that the President may have committed a crime, in this case more than one, "said Ocasio-Cortez.
The former representative, Beto O'Rourke (D-Texas), also spoke out against the lack of prosecution for indictment in an interview broadcast Sunday.
"The indictment is of crucial importance to know the facts, to discover the truth and to guarantee responsibility for the attacks on democracy that we suffer, but also to let people know that this will never happen again. signal to Russia Send a signal to Donald Trump To send a signal to this country that we will save this democracy, "he said about CNN's" State of the Union " .
At a press conference last Thursday, Pelosi said Trump's comments lacked "ethical sense," but reiterated his opposition to the impeachment, saying that she would not be influenced by "a single problem ", but by" a methodical approach to the path we follow. " on, and this will be included in that. "
"It's about investigating, pleading, getting the truth," she said.
Other members of the densely populated Democratic presidential field who called for deposition before Trump's remarks on the election campaign's interference doubled after his statement last week.
Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenJulián Castro defends Fox: I focus on "people watching" Julián Castro defends himself on Fox: I focus on "people watching" O & # 39; Rourke unveils his plan to support women, corporate minorities belonging to more (D-Mass.) Tweeted "A foreign government attacked our 2016 election to support Trump, the latter praised for this help, and Trump obstructed the investigation. Now, he said that he would do it again. It's time to dismiss Donald Trump, "Wednesday night.
Sen. Kirsten GillibrandKirsten Elizabeth Gillibrand2020 Democrats celebrate DACA 2020's 7th anniversary Democrats commemorate DACA's 7th birthday Julian Castro defends Fox's role: I focus on "people watching" MORE (D-N.Y.), Meanwhile, tweeted, "It's time for Congress to begin impeachment hearings."