House Democrats, including Maxine Waters, Adam Schiff, Elijah Cummings and Jerrold Nadler, are talking impeachment after the release of the Mueller report. 

Speaking to MSNBC, Rep. Waters (D-Calif.) said there is "enough information to move forward with impeachment," while Nadler - chairman of the House Judiciary Committee - told NBC that "obstruction of justice, if proven, would be impeachable."

On Saturday at a campaign event, presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said impeachment must be pursued regardless of political popularity. 

"There are some things that are bigger than politics. I have called on the House to initiate impeachment proceedings," she told a crowd in New Hampshire.

Responding on "Fox & Friends," White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Democrats should try to work with the president on key issues instead of attacking him. 

"What they're doing is not a winning message. ... The country deserves better," she said ahead of the annual Easter Egg Roll on the White House South Lawn. 

Sanders said the Democrats are "an embarrassment to public service" because they're not carrying out their duties in Congress.

"Now that the Mueller report is out, it's proven that there was no collusion and no obstruction. That messaging plan didn't work, now it's like, 'what do we do?' It's kinda sad," she said. 

Watch the full interview above as Sanders responds to CNN's April Ryan calling for her firing.



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