Sen. Patrick Murray (D-Wash.), Senate 3 Democrat, has urged House Democrats to start an impeachment investigation on Sunday.
"I agree with my colleagues from the Washington delegation that, having learned about the severity of the potential threats to our democracy outlined in the Special Adviser Muller's report, it was clear that the House should begin proceedings to determine whether the Actions the president imposes an impeachment, "Murray said in a statement on Sunday.
Murray joins an increasing number of Democrats who call for an investigation into impeachment after Muller testifies to the findings set out in his 448-page report last (19459005) Denny Heck
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