Rep. Kathrine Clark (D-MA) said that House Democrats are going to pursue changing the law so that a sitting president can be indicted while in office.
New York appears to be building a case against Trump for filing false tax returns, and the state can indict a sitting president.
Former acting attorney general Sally Yates said that she had prosecuted obstruction of justice cases that had less evidence than the federal government has on Trump.
The mainstream media has long insisted that there is a Department of Justice (DOJ) policy that prevents it from indicting a sitting president. However, there actually is no such policy. As a result, Donald Trump may very well be indicted and charged with various crimes while he is still in office.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) said that Donald Trump is indictable for his potential crimes, but that the criminal proceeding may have to be postponed until after he leaves office.