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Müller report, obstruction of justice section, such as a “law school exam” answer: former DOJ official

nearvideo former DOJ official: part two of the Miller report, looked to me like the answer to a law school exam

Ian weighs in on Attorney General William Barr, is the decision not to charge President Trump with a disability.

A former top DOJ official criticizes Robert Müller is to say the trump card-Russia-report, that a section of the saw “as the answer to a law school exam.”

The former Deputy Director of Public Affairs Ian Prior, said the second section in which the results of the probe into whether President Trump obstructed justice, “surprised” him.

“I was surprised when I read that ‘part two’ the Miller report”, said the reaction to a clip of Barr interview with Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer.

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“It’s almost a bit like a recitation of what happened Before with [the former FBI Director James] Comey and the Hillary Clinton investigation,” said on “America’s Newsroom.”

Before remembered, to talk about how Comey at a press conference in July, 2016, on the Clinton E-Mail inquiry.

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He said Miller had a “Laundry list of facts and evidence” of obstruction of justice half of his investigation of trump, but stopped short with a “poverty certificate or… the end.”

In front of the attorney General William Barr to tell host Bill Hemmer noted that he was “surprised” that Mueller’s report offered no recommendation on the allegation of disability.

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Barr said he later of the development discussed with Mueller, and that the explanation he offered, “played quite a lot in the report.”

“At the end of the day, you said don ‘ T have an indictment, or you do not have a decision, and that is not, Ultimately, a Prosecutor has the task” in Front of. “I think what you saw from Barr was with someone who was probably a little upset that Müller come to a result and pass the hot potatoes through the attorney general.”

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