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In response to the statement made by Robert Mueller on Wednesday, former Vice President and 2020 Democratic candidate Joe Biden parted ways with the majority of the Democratic Party by saying he doesn’t think President Trump should be impeached.

Although he didn’t follow the growing trend of his party by calling for the impeachment of the President, he did state that he thinks the investigations into President Trump should continue.

This is what he had to say:

First, today’s statement began and ended with an emphasis on Russia’s interference in our democracy and that should serve as a stark warning tro the American people. It is a message that the President continues to ignore. We know beyond a reasonable doubt that Donald Trump asked for help from the Russians. He got it. He used it. And Russia continues to meddle with impunity and pose an ongoing threat to our elections and our democracy. That is a reality he can’t ignore.

Second, the Special Counsel made clear that it is incumbent that Congress pick up the pieces of his report on which he did not reach definitive conclusions or that he could not act upon due to Department of Justice guidance,” the statement reads. “Congress must do everything in its power to hold this Administration to account. That is what Congress is doing and should do: continue to investigate.

What is truly troubling is that we have seen this President and this Administration engaging in flagrant, open attacks on the rule of law by throwing up roadblocks early in the stages of Congress’ investigation. Not only that, President Trump is now directing an extraordinary internal vendetta against law enforcement and intelligence community investigators who were doing their job.

Vice President Biden agrees with Speaker Pelosi that no one should relish what would certainly be a divisive impeachment process, but that it may be unavoidable if this Administration continues on its path. For all these reasons and many more, Vice President Biden will continue to make the case as to why President Trump should not be re-elected. That is the surefire way to get him out of office.

After Mueller’s surprise statement about the Russia investigation on Wednesday, President Trump declared that the “case is closed” on Twitter.

“Nothing changes from the Mueller Report,” Trump said in a tweet. “There was insufficient evidence and therefore, in our Country, a person is innocent. The case is closed! Thank you.”

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Mueller’s bizarre press briefing consisted of many announcements that seemed to back up far-left talking points as well as some statements that seemed to support Attorney General Bill Barr as well as President Trump.

“These indictments contain allegations. And we are not commenting on the guilt or innocence of any specific defendant,” Mueller said in his statement. “Every defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in court.”

He also added however that he couldn’t possibly charge President Trump with a crime because of the fact that he is the President.

“Charging the president with a crime was therefore not an option we could consider,” Mueller said during the press conference. “It would be unfair to potentially accuse somebody of a crime when there can be no court resolution of the actual charge. So that was Justice Department policy. Those were the principles under which we operated.”

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“And from them, we concluded that we would not reach a determination one way or the other about whether the president committed a crime,” he continued. “That is the office’s final position and we will not comment on any other conclusions or hypotheticals about the president.”

When talking about Attorney General Barr, Mueller made it clear that the Attorney General has his full support.

“We appreciate that the attorney general made the report largely public, and we do not question the attorney general’s good faith in that decision,” Mueller said.

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