Transcript for What's next after release of Mueller report?
So what's next there's already talk this morning in new subpoenas a more testimony on Capitol Hill are soaring commercial has more on what we can expect in the coming days Serena good morning. Today Ken at good morning to both of you now the president might have been cleared legally by the attorney general and the report of any wrongdoing but politically he faces new challenges. Democrat Jim in times of Connecticut said the report reads like the god father with an array of sleazy behavior. Another Democrat called it a damning document that outlines misdeeds by the president. House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler says it's up to congress to hold the president accountable. The mullah report outlined disturbing evidence. That president trumping gauged in obstruction of justice and other misconduct the responsibility now both the congress. Told the president accountable for his actions the sudden he's been. That's one possibility. And a new statement democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer say Muller's report paints a disturbing picture of a president he's been weaving a web of deceit. Lines and improper behavior but you wouldn't have known any of that because mr. Barr has been so misleading so. Here's what snacks to some members of congress we'll get to see a less redacted version and other airports next week. House Democrats have already issued a subpoena to see the full report with no word actions. The attorney general William Barr will face questions about the report next month when he testifies in front of the house and Senate Committees. And we could hear from Robert Mueller himself Democrats had asked him to testify. By may 23 now the Boller report they'll also outlined at least twelve other cases being investigated by the department of justice and the FBI these are cases. We don't even know about an hour Republicans are saying that it's time to move on the president even tweeting that game of drones inspired photo with the words game over. But politically in. Far from over so many questions still remain Serena thank you.
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