Listen: Democrats, President Trump, Sri Lanka discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"This Sunday after Muller, President Trump, no collusion. No, obstruction and his allies feeling the best day since he got elected claim total victory with the release of the model report. But the report paints an unflattering picture of the president and his campaign and lays out a pattern of obstruction prompting Mr. Trump to bash the report with a profanity and Democrats demand to see the whole document and the underlying evidence we will subpoena that entire report today by guests this morning, the chairman of the House Judiciary committee Jerrold Nadler and the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani plus the impeachment debate. Some Democrats argue the time is now. This is politics. This is about principle, and that's why I've asked all the house to start impeachment proceedings Donald scrap while others worry that the issue divides, Democrats and unites Republicans avenues not impeachment. The avenue is further disclosure to the American people and look who's running Joe Biden ahead in the polls is launching his campaign this week but previous front runners often failed to win their party's nomination. How much does pulling mean at this early stage of the race? Joining me for insight and analysis are NBC news chief White House correspondent Halley Jackson. Joshua Johnson host of one on NPR. Amy. Walter national editor of the cook political report and Jona Goldberg senior editor of national review. Welcome to Sunday. It's meet the press. From NBC news, Washington, the longest running show in television history. This is the press with Chuck Todd. Good Sunday morning. We're going to get to the mall report in a moment. But there was a terrible series of terror attacks and Sri Lanka on this Easter morning. The coordinated attacks across the country, targeted Christian worshippers, celebrating Easter and churches and high end hotels that are frequented by foreign tourists. The death toll is going to number into the hundreds the attacks broke a long period of peace in Sri Lanka, which has endured decades of civil war which had come to an end or supposed- turning now to the mullahs report in so many ways the rollout reflected the divisions in this country. It was a tale of two reports or more accurately to tales of."