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MSNBC analyst warns trump could with Putin, Kim Jong-Un, in the year 2020, if not indicted

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller breaks his silence on the Russia-probe, a further sub-division of Republicans and Democrats on the conclusions; Catherine Herridge reports on the reaction.

MSNBC legal analyst Glenn Kirschner said on Friday he would Democrats in Congress accuse the President to avoid electoral interference by the North Korean and Russian dictators.

“If we give this monster will not fight on the ground now, about an indictment hearing, not we think of it, the President be encouraged, again, lie, cheat and steal, maybe call in some of his newly acquired friends, to help Kim Jong-Un, MBS [Mohammed Bin Salman] and [Vladimir] Putin, tilting the field in its favor?” Kirschner asked MSNBC-host Ali Velshi.

Kirschner accused Trump of committing campaign Finance to win injuries and the friendly assistance of Russia, a edge-the 2016 election.

His comments came as Democrats in Congress continue for more information press in Russia-investigation and Special Counsel Robert Mueller, for the first time, held a press conference on his controversial report.

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While Müller in more detail, what many saw as a worrying effort by the Russians, the influence on the election in 2016, he said, he had not enough evidence to conclude that Trump’s campaign engaged in a conspiracy with the Kremlin.

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Many Democrats have, however, the prosecution urged, apparently, is based on Miller’s concerns in connection with possible obstruction of justice.

According to Müller ‘ s press briefing, a lot of cable-news personalities, reports suggested Mueller had effective prosecution urged. “Read between the lines, Miller came before the American people today and said, ‘Look, the President is a criminal, and there’s not a damn thing I can do about it’,” says MSNBC host Chris Hayes said.

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