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In contrast to the democratic claims of President Trump tries to hinder the investigation of the Russian interference in the election in 2016, he actually worked together to an unprecedented extent, according to the former independent counsel Ken Starr.
Starr, the independent lawyer to advise, investigated the Whitewater and Monica Lewinsky scandals during the Clinton administration, made the comment on “America’s Newsroom” Thursday:
“The President does not hold, as you know, the things again. He hated this whole thing, calling it a witch hunt. But actions speak louder than words.
To spend “for the White house counsel 30 hours of answering questions, said Bob Miller and his staff is exceptional, talk about unprecedented,” Starr. “This is an unprecedented level of cooperation with the special counsel investigation.”
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Starr added: “Here is a key, and nobody has committed from the eyes of — Bill Clinton’s crimes lose. Richard Nixon committed crimes. What this report shows, in the bottom line is not a crime to be charged by those entrusted to make this decision — that is, the Ministry of justice.”
Attorney General William Barr told reporters at a morning press conference, special counsel Robert Müller ‘ s report, is told in 10 episodes with President Trump, were examined as potential acts of criminal obstruction of justice. Barr, Miller said reach, a “prosecutorial decision” and that he and the Deputy General state attorney Rod Rosenstein is not completed, the evidence was sufficient, the President committed a criminal offence.
Barr, Trump said, not executive privilege to exercise, all of the information included in the special counsel Robert Miller’s report. He said the White house counsel reviewed the redacted version of the report in front of the Trump decided not to invoke executive privilege.
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Barr said the redactions in the report release is required by law.four broad areas of concern: sensitive grand jury matters, classified information, ongoing investigations and the protection of privacy or the reputation of uncharged “peripheral” people.
On “America’s Newsroom,” Starr said: “We should not forget that to collide all of this started, and I think this will be very helpful [in] reminds us that, while the Russians tried to Trump’s campaign people, apparently, have these efforts were not accepted, or [were] dismissed. I think that is a large plus sign for President trump, and the integrity of the campaign.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.