Some democrats in congress are calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump now that they have seen more of the Mueller report.
The most prominent among those calling for impeachment is presidential candidate and U.S. Senator from Massachusetts Elizabeth Warren.
Rep. Dan Kildee (MI-5), says impeachment is on the table, but not yet certain.
"We have to carve a path knowing that there is going to be some competing interests here," says Kildee, a democrat.
"But I've got to tell you this is one we're going to agonize over this president.
The look that we've had into this presidency through this report is frightening."
The United States House of Representatives, which is controlled by democrats, is responsible for starting the impeachment process.
If the House votes to impeach, proceedings then head to the U.S. Senate.
That legislative body is controlled by republicans.
With republicans in control of the senate, it is unlikely they would vote to remove the president from office.