Amash's comments, which recommend Congress to pursue the accusations of justice against Trump, were the first instance of a seated Republican representative in Congress, calling for Trump's impeachment.
"Contrary to Bar's presentation, Muller's report reveals that President Trump has been involved in concrete actions and a pattern of behavior that meets the threshold for impeachment," Amash said in a series of Twitter messages.
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Amash said on Saturday that he had made his conclusions " has read Mueller's edited report and completed it fully by reading either you you took relevant statements and testimonials, and you discussed the issue with my staff, who looked at the material in detail and gave me further analysis.
He said Bar had misled the public in a number of places about Muller's report, an accusation that Democrats and others repeatedly challenged the Advocate-General
from the skill of the hand-hunters or the logical misconceptions he hopes people would not notice, "Amash said.
Amash said, "contrary to Bar's image," Trump's actions meet the threshold for impeachment, "and that anyone without the unique legal defense of the presidency will be charged.
He argues that Congress's role is to go ahead with impeachment and to blame people on both sides of the political motives path, saying they have moved their "180-degree views … depending on whether they are discussing former President) Bill Clinton or Donald Trump. "
" Our control and balance system relies heavily on each branch to keep its powers and to observe its obligations under our Constitution, "Amash writes. "When loyalty to a political party or individual outweighs the loyalty to the Constitution, the rule of law – the foundation of freedom – is falling apart."
CNN's Claire Forward and Ashley Killow contributed to this report.