There was plenty to unpack Thursday after special counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page report was made public by Attorney General William Barr. 

One part of the report may have stood out from the rest amid calls Friday from the House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler to subpoena the Justice Department for the unredacted report and while some Democratic lawmakers weigh the possibility of impeachment of President Trump.

CNN legal analyst and New Yorker staff writer Jeffery Toobin pointed to the significance of one line within the document that may prove that impeachment of the president is possible by Congress.

During a CNN roundtable discussion Thursday, Toobin touched on the issue of exoneration of President Trump and how there was an "explicit invitation to Congress to impeach the president" and called the sentence "enormously important."

The sentence from the report reads: "The conclusion that Congress may apply the obstruction laws to the President's corrupt exercise of the powers of office accords with our constitutional system of checks and balances and the principle that no person is above the law." 

After reading the statement, Toobin touched on what he believed Mueller meant.

"That is, I don’t think [there is] another way to read that it is saying, 'I Robert Mueller cannot enforce the obstruction of justice laws against the president because I am not empowered to do so under the Department of Justice policy. But this is an invitation to Congress to say you can do it using the impeachment power.'

"Now, I don’t know if [Congress] will, I don’t know if they should. But the idea that this is some sort of exoneration seems very highly contradictory to this," Toobin concluded.