Rep. Schiff: Mueller Report Can Be the End to Impeachment Talks, But There May Be Grounds for Removal

‘If there’s insufficient evidence in the Mueller report and we’re not able to produce sufficient evidence in our own investigation, that ends the inquiry’

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HUNT: "And should it be the end of the -- you think it should be the end of the conversation about impeachment?"
SCHIFF: “Well, if there’s insufficient evidence in the Mueller report and we’re not able to produce sufficient evidence in our own investigation, that ends the inquiry. There may be grounds for removal from office or there may be grounds for indictment after he leaves office that the Congress discovers. One of the issues that we are looking at, which the Mueller report may not cover, is whether the Russians were laundering money for the Trump Organization.” 

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