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Alan Dershowitz discussed the special counsel ‘ s future
The conclusion of Robert Mueller Russia’s investigation should mark the end of a special Council or special-Prosecutor-led probes, Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz said on Thursday.
Dershowitz said on Fox News’ “The Ingraham angle,” attorney General William Barr made a similar statement during Barr interview with CBS News earlier in the day should have.
“I think the only thing that Barr said that he is not to say that there is not always any special counsel,” Dershowitz host Laura Ingraham told.
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“The Miller’s investigation puts the last nail in the coffin of the special adviser, [or] special prosecutors. The attorney General could continue,” Dershowitz.
Barr said earlier Thursday, he thought, Müller should have reached a judgment on the disability issue against President Trump.
“I, personally, have claimed the feeling that he had made a decision,” Barr. “The [says the Office of Legal Counsel] opinion, you can’t indict a President while he is in office. But he could have made a decision whether it is a criminal offence, but he had his reasons to what he declared.”
Dershowitz later echoed that sentiment: “Müller should come to a conclusion. I think if he come to a result, it would have been, there was no obstruction of justice.”
He added that the Ministry of justice has “employees,” officials and “full-time-line-prosecutors”, which could offices to fill the hole due to the absence of future special Prosecutor or special investigator.
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“Everything that was done here I could have done. If the special Prosecutor’s office – says the special counsel in this case – ‘I could not, the President is charged anyway according to the Constitution” what, then, was about his investigation all?” Dershowitz asked.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.