Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) warned on Sunday that the the Democratic House majority would continue on with impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump regardless of what Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report finds.

During a Sunday interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Cruz —who serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee — said, “if anyone thinks that the Mueller report being concluded is the end of the Democrats’ attempt to take down President Trump, they haven’t been paying attention the last two years.”

The Texas Republican continued to say that Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) — the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee — and other Democrats were “pivoting away” from Mueller’s report to “other investigations” before claiming that Democrats “fully intend to impeach the president, and they don’t care about the basis.”

He added: “The extreme left in the Democratic Party, they have so much anger and hatred directed at the president that we’re going to see the Democrats moving forward with impeachment whatever the evidence.”

Cruz continued: “The extremism we are seeing in the Democratic party, their focus is obsessively on trying to destroy the president and this administration.”

Cruz then added “that’s not good for the American people” before calling on people to “come together” and address the “real problems in this country.”

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