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Renee Smith is a Research Consultant at a consulting firm and a Lecturer. She provides Political Risk Analysis and Policy Analysis, and has a demonstrated history of working in the Higher Education industry. She provides political commentary on numerous platforms such as TV, radio and online publications. She is a strong professional with an MA Politics (Cum Laude) focused in Political Risk Analysis. Moreover, she has a leadership track record.
Mueller did not charge Trump with obstruction
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Mueller's team have collected amount of evidence in the obstruction case but as Barr implied they were unable to determine whether the evidence rose to the level of obstruction.
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Mueller provided everything needed to charge Trump...my understanding is that his job was to fact gather and prep a report that was then to be presented to other(s) whose job was/were to make the decision as to whether charges should follow. Unfortunately, Trump was in position of power to hire the party who assessed the report about charges, which to me, in and of itself, is obstruction.
Mueller provided everything needed to charge Trump...my understanding is that his job was to fact gather and prep a report that was then to be presented to other(s) whose job was/were to make the decision as to whether charges should follow. Unfortunately, Trump was in position of power to hire the party who assessed the report about charges, which to me, in and of itself, is obstruction.
Exactly!
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Mueller provided everything needed to charge Trump...my understanding is that his job was to fact gather and prep a report that was then to be presented to other(s) whose job was/were to make the decision as to whether charges should follow. Unfortunately, Trump was in position of power to hire the party who assessed the report about charges, which to me, in and of itself, is obstruction.
It was supposed to go to congress for prosecuting for obstruction, not to the idiots' new personal lawyer, Barr.
It was supposed to go to congress for prosecuting for obstruction, not to the idiots' new personal lawyer, Barr.
No! Please read the special prosecutor law. It went exactly where the law said it must go.
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He’s not exonerated! For constitutional reasons, Mueller did not charge him but Congress can! Do your jobs, Congress!
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The whole point for the Mueller Report was to investigate Russia meddling in the 2016 election, not to indict Trump which the DOJ made clear would be outside the scope of the report. The only power that can indict a President is Congress. The report however, implicates Trump leaving it up to Congress to explore. That's why Trump is having a hissy fit. Don't get it twisted.
He’s not exonerated! For constitutional reasons, Mueller did not charge him but Congress can! Do your jobs, Congress!
No they can’t. The only power Congress has is impeachment and there is nothing there to impeach him on. He did nothing wrong. Time to investigate the investigators.
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No they can’t. The only power Congress has is impeachment and there is nothing there to impeach him on. He did nothing wrong. Time to investigate the investigators.
Your understanding of the law is minimal and your are wrong.
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