Transcript for Congress demands full, unredacted report, invites Mueller to testify
House Democrats invited Robert Mueller to testify next month and they are now demanding a fully unredacted version of his report. Senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce is on capitol hill with the very Mary, the big question this morning, will this lead to impeachment proceedings? Reporter: Cecilia, Democrats say this report is severely damaging to the president but for now they are not rushing to impeachment. Democrats though feel that this report outlines disturbing evidence that they say shows the president obstructing justice and they feel it is far worse than how the attorney general has been describing it. Democrats are making it very clear they are fed up with bill Barr. They say he's mischaracterizing this report to benefit and now they want to hear from Mueller himself, asking him to testify on the capitol hill next month. They want to hear directly from Mueller why he felt he couldn't make a call on the question of obstruction of justice and whether he agrees with the attorney general in his belief that the president should be cleared. When it comes to the issue of obstruction, George and Cecilia, Democrats feel that the ball is now in their court to make a determination and they are still demanding that full report and the underlying evidence and they plan to subpoena to get it. This fight is far, far from over.
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