Katie Pavlich asked on "Outnumbered" Tuesday what evidence House Democrats think they will find to prove obstruction of justice beyond what Special Counsel Robert Mueller came up with.

She said that Attorney General Bill Barr concluded that Mueller's team did not find sufficient evidence of obstruction.

Though Mueller did not allege a Trump-Russia criminal conspiracy, his report last week did lay out findings on possible instances of obstruction.

The report states that Trump directed then-White House counsel Don McGahn to remove Mueller in June 2017, but McGahn refused the request, later telling an associate that Trump had asked him to do "crazy s***."



Some Democrats are pointing to the alleged obstruction as the basis for impeachment, though House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other party leaders are not in favor of it at this point.

Pavlich said McGahn talked to Mueller for 30 hours, but he's now been subpoenaed to testify by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.).

"What are [Democrats] going to find based on the resources [they] have as investigators that Bob Mueller didn't find? The answer is nothing," she argued, expressive amazement at Pelosi now acting as the moderating force in the party.

Democrat Leslie Marshall said Congress has a responsibility to pursue impeachment if members feel the president has committed obstruction of justice and witness tampering. Charlie Kirk said impeachment would be a bad move for Democrats if they hope to defeat Trump next year.

Watch the full discussion above.


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