Received this e-mail from Andrew Romanoff’s (D. CO) U.S. Senate campaign:
Robert Mueller just concluded his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee. Donald Trump used the occasion to attack him, raise money, and declare victory.
But neither Mueller’s report nor his testimony exonerates the president. To the contrary: the special counsel found multiple acts “capable of exerting undue influence.”
Mueller said a Justice Department opinion prohibited him from indicting a sitting president. But that doesn’t excuse Congress from its responsibility to hold Trump accountable.
When I led the state House of Representatives, I reminded my colleagues that we owed allegiance to the constitution, to our constituents, and to our conscience. That lesson seems lost on Washington.
I’m running for the U.S. Senate to represent the people of Colorado, not to do the bidding of a president or a political party.
Robert Mueller put our country first. We deserve a senator who will do the same.