The representative of Hawaii, Tulsi Gabbard, presidential candidate of 2020, told Fox News that the investigation of the special adviser Robert Mueller on the interference of Russia in the 2016 presidential election "It had revealed" no collusion "between President Trump and Russia – and that it was time for the country to focus on the issues that matter most to Americans.
Gabbard, a Democrat, told "HQ of America" that she supported the Mueller investigation, but that the Mueller report concluded that there was no collusion. The time has come for us to come together as a country with the issues and interests and concerns that the American people have at the forefront, to take steps to bring real solutions to them. "
She continued, "I do not think we should defeat Donald Trump by impeachment, I think it's really important for us in this country to come together and have the American people vote to overthrow Donald Trump. 2020. "
Gabbard's position contrasted directly with Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Who made last Friday called in the House of Representatives to initiate a procedure of impeachment. Warren explained Saturday at an event in New Hampshire: "I know people say that it's politically charged and that we should not go there, and that there are elections to come, but some things are more important than politics. "
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Also Friday, the former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Julian Castro, another candidate for 2020, m said to initiate an impeachment proceeding would be "perfectly reasonable".
Gabbard retorted: "What worries me is the persistence of dissension and the priority given to the political interests of the supporters over those of the people," citing a voter's concerns about the fact of make ends meet while fighting health care costs.
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The Department of Justice released a redacted version of Mueller's report last Thursday. Mueller wrote that he had found no evidence that Trump had conspired with Russia and that he was drawing no conclusions on the charges that the president could have obstructed justice.
For his part, President Trump tweeted Sunday, "Despite no collusion, no obstruction, the radical left-wing democrats do not want to legislate for the good of the people, but only to investigate and waste time.This costs our country a lot and will cost the Dems big time in 2020! "
Adam Shaw and Leland Vittert of Fox News contributed to this report.