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Mueller: ‘The Report Is My Testimony’

"If we had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."

"If we had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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4 comments on “Mueller: ‘The Report Is My Testimony’

  1. how these politicians can stand up straight after “spinning” so much is a medical miracle. congress should quit attempting to destroy mueller’s or anyone else’s reputation and get on with the impeachment. this is a political fight so fight it out in the political arena. leave everyone else out of it. Trump v congress. Let’s get it on!!!!!

    • First the R’s in the Senate will have to see Trump as a liability and be willing to remove him from office if the House votes to impeach.
      If that does not happen, it hands Trump a victory.

      It would help if the DOJ would get rid of the notion that “you can’t indict a sitting President”
      That’s the real rub and flaw with the system

  2. Harvey Darrow Cotton

    Whoever wrote that opinion piece for the Department of Justice that said a sitting President cannot be indicted was an idiot. No one in a Constitutional republic should be above the law. Mueller also does no one any favors with his continued obliqueness. Either recommend articles of impeachment on specific grounds, or don’t. He is speaking out of both sides of his mouth and it is irritating to MAGAs and the Resistance alike.

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