Asked about her position on the impeachment of President Trump, Sen. Elizabeth Warren didn't directly answer. Instead, she talked about protecting special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election, making sure his report is made public and then deciding, as a country, what we should do about it.
"So we have a report that is due from the special prosecutor any day now. Understand that that investigation from Mr. Mueller has produced already -- I believe it's 34 indictments or guilty pleas. This is a serious investigation. We need to protect him in finishing that report, and then that report needs to be made public to the American people. When we get it, we will know what to do with it."