Mueller’s remarks undercut months of spin from Trump administration

A growing number of Democrats, including some presidential candidates, say that Congress must start an impeachment investigation of President Trump. They believe Robert Mueller wants them to do it. The former special counsel spoke about the Russia investigation for the first time Wednesday. Mueller emphasized his final report did not clear the president of suspected criminality. Paula Reid reports.
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De Blasio: 1994 crime bill was a “huge mistake”

New York City Mayor and 2020 Democratic candidate Bill de Blasio is criticizing former Vice President Joe Biden over 1994's Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act. He discussed his criticisms with CBSN's Elaine Quijano, and also reacted to increasing calls among Democrats for impeachment proceedings to begin.
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Billionaire Tom Steyer bills himself an “outsider” ready to take on corporate greed

Tom Steyer, the billionaire investor and activist who has spent millions advocating for the impeachment of President Trump, is launching a campaign to take his job. He joins a field of 24 other candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for president. Steyer joins "CBS This Morning" for his first national television interview since launching his candidacy.
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Democrats haven’t ruled out impeachment in wake of Mueller hearings

Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller appeared before two congressional committees on Wednesday. He mainly stuck to the script laid out in his written report, and sometimes appeared to struggle with questions. He said Russian election interference remains a threat, and emphasized that his investigation did not exonerate the President. Still, Mr. Trump declared victory. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Warner: Trump dismissing Russian threat because he’s “obsessed” with his own well-being

Virginia Democratic Senator Mark Warner is the vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee -- the committee investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. In his first interview since the Mueller hearings, Warner joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss why he still doesn't believe that impeachment proceedings should begin, his concerns about foreign election interference and the president's reaction to Mueller's testimony.
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