Other Democratic hopefuls have said the report puts the question of impeachment on the table.
Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, told NBC News Friday that there's "evidence that this president deserves to be impeached" but added that he is not in Congress and will leave it those who are to decide whether to pursue proceedings.
Democratic presidential contender Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota dodged the question of whether Trump should face impeachment on MSNBC's "All in With Chris Hayes" Thursday, while Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., did not rule it out.
"Our job if there is impeachment brought, and that is up to the House, our job is to be the jury. So, I have been really careful about talking about what we would do if impeachment came before us," Klobuchar said.
"I think that there is definitely a conversation to be had on that subject, but first I want to hear from Bob Mueller," Harris told Hayes in a separate interview Thursday, "and really understand what exactly is the evidence that supports the summary that we have been given today."
Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., who recently announced a White House bid, said on MSNBC Friday that impeachment is "a conversation we have to have as far as holding this president accountable," but when asked to clarify whether that means he supports impeachment, he said, "I'm for bringing Bob Mueller in and see what the evidence is."