rep david cicilline says a report that there are less redacted versions of memos about michael flynn s coopera
Rep. David Cicilline says a report that there are less redacted versions of memos about Michael Flynn's cooperation with Robert Mueller is "very explosive," adding that the memos are "relevant to the question of obstruction of justice."
you can debate the rhetoric or discussion in it but the conclusion is no indictment for collusion no indictmen
"You can debate the rhetoric or discussion in it... but the conclusion is no indictment for collusion, no indictment for conspiracy, no indictment for obstruction of justice," says about the Mueller report. #MTP
2 graham says mueller left it to mr barr to decide about obstruction of justice the report specifically lays o
2. Graham says Mueller "left it to Mr. Barr to decide" about obstruction of justice. The report specifically lays out the Office of Legal Counsel’s analysis that Congress has the legal right to pursue obstructive conduct:
the evidence we obtained about the presidents actions and intent presents difficult issues that would need to
"The evidence we obtained about the President’s actions and intent presents difficult issues that would need to be resolved if we were making a traditional prosecutorial judgement." -Mueller report says on issue of obstruction & the president's conduct.
wash post says that doj plans to release a lightly redacted version of the mueller report lightly redacted and
Wash Post says that DOJ "plans to release a lightly redacted version" of the Mueller Report - lightly redacted - and it will thus provide a "granular look" at Mueller's findings. Notably emphasizes debates over obstruction - almost nothing about collusion