Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller has suggested that Trump can be prosecuted once he is out of office.

Chairman, Jerry Nadler questioned Mueller on the hopes of prosecuting Trump once he is no longer the sitting president:

Nadler: "Is it correct that if you had concluded that the President committed the crime of obstruction, you could not publicly state that in your report or here today?"

Mueller: "The statement would be that you would not indict, and you would not indict because under the OLC opinion, excuse me, a sitting president cannot be indicted, it would be unconstitutional."

Nadler: "Under Department of Justice policy, the President could be prosecuted for obstruction of justice crimes after he leaves office, correct?"

Mueller: "True"

Mueller also stated that he and his team tried to interview Trump for over a year, but Trump refused to play ball.

Mueller once again, explained that his report did not exonerate the president:

Nadler: Director Mueller, the President has repeatedly claimed that your report found there was no obstruction and that it completely and totally exonerated him. But that is not what your report said, is it?

Mueller: Correct, that is not what the report said. 

Nadler: And from reading from page 2 of volume 2 of your report that's on the screen you wrote, 'If we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the President clearly did not commit obstruction of justice we would so state. Based on the facts and the applicable legal standards, however, we are unable to reach that judgment.' Now, does that say there was no obstruction? 

Mueller: No. 

Nadler: In fact, you are actually unable to conclude the President did not commit obstruction of justice, is that correct? 

Mueller: Well, we at the outset determined that we -- when it came to the President's culpability we needed to -- we needed to go forward only after taking into account the OLC opinion that indicated that a president -- a sitting president cannot be indicted. 

Nadler: So the report did not conclude that he did not commit obstruction of justice? Is that correct? 

Mueller: That is correct. 

Nadler: And what about total exoneration? Did you actually totally exonerate the President? 

Mueller: No. 

Nadler: Now, in fact your report expressly states it does not exonerate the President? 

Mueller: It does. 

Trump has repeatedly stated that he was exonerated by the report - which is a lie.

Mueller's testimony continues.