Sorry to burst your bubble, but something already did come from it. Evidence that he knowingly and willingly attempted to get information from a foreign government - in his own words.?
Show me where that is illegal for a private citizen to do what he did. If it is illegal for him to do then Hillary also did the same illegal thing with Ukraine. It can't be bad for him to do if it was okay for Hillary to do. You can't have it both ways.
By the way there is no law about collusion and the Russians. Collusion is an anti-trust term so no matter how many times you say it...Junior and the Pres did not collude with the Russians and did not break the law.
Also do you agree that right and wrong is different than legal and illegal?
Right and wrong are a matter of personal opinion and they are different from legal and illegal. In legal and illegal...you either broke the law or you didn't. There are no shades of grey.
What Junior did was not illegal. Whether it was right or wrong is a matter of personal opinion.
My biggest complaint with the left is that they apply the rules differently depending on who they are talking about. If it was bad that the Trump campaign talked to the Russians then it was bad that the Clinton campaign talked to the Ukrainians. What's fair and right for one must be fair and right for the other. (Everyone knows that politics is very dirty, so they shouldn't be surprised when they find out things.)
The problem with the liberal press is that they no longer report the news, they now have an agenda and only print what fits into it.
It turns out that the Russian lawyer entered on a vise specifically approved by Attorney General Lynch. She was also seen in the Halls of Congress at a hearing. Was she colluding with the Obama people?
BTW...do you even know what collusion is. There is no law about collusion with the Russians. The only "collusion" in our laws is an anti-trust law which has nothing to do with this. It's really hard to prosecute someone when there is no law to use.