WASHINGTON ― Sen. (R-Ky.) says Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) was wrong to suggest that committed obstruction of justice and for it.
Amash over the weekend became the first Republican in the House to support impeachment proceedings for Trump based on special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. He accused his party of abandoning its principles to accommodate Trump by ignoring evidence of the president’s obstruction of justice.
“President Trump has engaged in impeachable conduct,” Amash tweeted on Saturday.
The Michigan congressman, who has first elected during the 2010 Tea Party wave, has also .
But Paul, a libertarian-leaning senator from Kentucky who has grown close with Trump, said Amash got it all wrong. He called the Mueller report