Chicago-Area Congressmen Discuss Mueller Report, 2020 Census

It's a never-ending carousel of hot-button issues in Washington, D.C.

On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard the case for the citizenship question on the 2020 U.S. Census. And then there’s last week’s release of the redacted report from Special Counsel Robert Mueller, which has since sparked a debate within the Democratic Party on whether Congress should try to impeach President Donald Trump.

U.S. Rep. Danny Davis is among those who supports starting the impeachment process for the president.

“An enlightened citizenry is the only safeguard we have for democracy, and so if you hide things and you prevent things from being known, that’s like covering up something so that you can’t see it and you can’t know it,” he said. “You can’t have democracy that way.”

Davis and freshman U.S. Rep. Sean Casten join us in discussion.

Note: This story will be updated with video.

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