There’s a real risk that Democratic presidential candidates could try to overhype the report and in the process, they may fail to craft a solid message that would appeal to voters in these battleground states
The US constitution is very clear on how a sitting president can be impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors by Congress. However, it’s still not clear whether a sitting president can face criminal charges.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is expected to resign as soon as William Barr, Trump’s nominee for Attorney General is confirmed. His office has been in charge of overseeing the Mueller investigation into possible collusion with Russia.