Gov. Andrew Cuomo in an interview on CNN Tuesday morning said the report into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election raises a “legitimate case” for impeaching President Donald Trump.

A redacted version of the report, released last week by the Department of Justice, determined the president’s campaign did not coordinate with Russia in a documented effort to sway the election. But at the same time, the report detailed efforts by Trump while in office to thwart the investigation, led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller.

Ultimately, Mueller could not conclude if Trump obstructed justice, leaving the question up to Congress.

“It does raise very real questions and it does raise a legitimate case that should be considered for impeachment,” Cuomo said when asked if the House of Representatives should move forward with impeachment proceedings. “Whether or not the Democrats go down that road is a different question.”

Cuomo derided U.S. Attorney General William Barr’s public interpretation of the report, calling it “unusual as a matter of process.”

“I think he was deceptive with the American people,” Cuomo said. “I think he put the president’s best spin on the report.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a conference call with Democratic lawmakers on Monday sought to tap the brakes on impeachment, pointing to congressional inquiries that are currently underway.

An impeachment push would be backed by the Democratic base, but some in the party worry the effort would backfire and help embolden Republicans ahead of the 2020 election.