Special Counsel Robert Mueller
“There’s nothing in the Constitution that says directly that a president can’t be indicted,” said Ric Simmons, professor of law at Ohio State University.
“He basically implored Congress to act”
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“He has no concern for politics or public opinion,” said Donald Stern, a former U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts.
The special counsel referred evidence of criminal wrongdoing in a dozen matters to prosecutors.
“In layperson’s terms, he tried to obstruct justice.”
Evidence of a strong desire and certainly a curiosity to collude.
In his letter to Congress, Barr said Mueller declined to make a decision on obstruction, but it wasn’t for lack of evidence, according to the report.
It's a 400-page-turner.
The attorney general has spent much of his career protecting presidents. Will the Mueller report be any different?
Before he wrapped up, Mueller referred some matters to other prosecutors — including the Craig case.