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Fmr. U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg explains how “in theory... a state could charge a president with a crime that he committed while in office, prior to office - as long as the statute of limitations on it has not run."

Fmr. U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg explains how “in theory... a state could charge a president with a crime that he committed while in office, prior to office - as long as the statute of limitations on it has not run."

Fmr. U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg explains how “in theory... a state could charge a president with a crime that he committed while in office, prior to office - as long as the statute of limitations on it has not run."

Fmr. U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg explains how “in theory... a state could charge a president with a crime that he committed while in office, prior to office - as long as the statute of limitations on it has not run."

Fmr. U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg explains how “in theory... a state could charge a president with a crime that he committed while in office, prior to office - as long as the statute of limitations on it has not run."

Fmr. U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg explains how “in theory... a state could charge a president with a crime that he committed while in office, prior to office - as long as the statute of limitations on it has not run."

Fmr. U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg explains how “in theory... a state could charge a president with a crime that he committed while in office, prior to office - as long as the statute of limitations on it has not run."

Live now on @MSNBC : @maddow  talks with fmr. U.S. Attorney Chuck Rosenberg about the prosecution of Zacarias Moussaoui for his role in the 9/11 attacks - the only person to stand trial so far.

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Former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe sued the justice department over his dismissal last year. Watch full interview with Chuck Rosenberg, former senior FBI official and former U.S. attorney #AMR  @MSNBC 

COMING UP: @chucktodd  breaks down Mueller's testimony with former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe and former US Attorney Chuck Rosenberg. Tune in!

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"If you are a defense attorney the first thing you tell your client is don't talk to anybody, anybody that could be a witness in this case." — Chuck Rosenberg, former U.S. attorney. Hope Hicks was spotted getting into Air Force One on Saturday.

BREAKING: Can a sitting president be indicted? Barr says he sees “no reason to change” rules allowing it. Former US Attorney Chuck Rosenberg: “There is no law on this… I’m not surprised by Bill Barr’s answer, I’m a little disappointed.” #MTPDaily 

“The president’s tweets have never been a reliable source for information...so that’s just not where I look for the truth,” former FBI official and US attorney Chuck Rosenberg on MSNBC.

"I worked for Bob Mueller. The notion that this would come from Bob or his team strikes me as almost literally impossible ... They just don't leak. They don't talk. If they have to talk, they do it in a court room." – Fmr. US Attorney Chuck Rosenberg

"I'm beginning to see bad motive here ... a pattern's emerging ... and a number of the people that the president has pardoned or signaled he might pardon fit a certain pattern." – Chuck Rosenberg, Fmr. U.S. Attorney #MTPDaily 

"Clear to me from this document, that the president is a subject." Former U.S. Attorney Chuck Rosenberg responds to the questions the reports Robert Mueller would want Donald Trump to answer in an interview

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