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Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the press-conference of Russia-the probe does not need a new headache-President Trump, Fox News senior judicial analyst judge Andrew Napolitano says.

Following Robert Mueller’s statement informed on Wednesday about the possibility of President trump was “not an option,” Fox News senior judicial analyst judge Andrew Napolitano said, the indictment of a sitting President is completely legal.

When asked by “Fox & Friends” hosts on Thursday morning, when a sitting President can be charged with a felony, Napolitano, the former President Clinton’s impeachment in 1999.

“Yes, we know that you are accused because Bill Clinton was perjury,” Napolitano said, explaining that the 2000 Office of Legal Counsel opinion on this topic is “Advisory, not mandatory.”

“It came out October 16th, 2000. What happened in November 2000, a month later? The same justice Department charged that happened to the President of the United States, Bill Clinton with lying under oath and obstruction of justice, and what two months later? He pleaded guilty.”

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On Wednesday, the Democrats Mueller seized slide ‘s comments to” ramp-up ” of the charge.

“If we don’t trust that the President committing obvious crimes, we would have said,” Müller said.

Napolitano argues that Miller’s formulation indicated that he believed that the President committed a crime, but do not want to undermine attorney General Bill Barr authority by issuing an indictment.

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“I think he’s a Marine and he did not said the challenge his boss, Bill Barr in the General public,” Napolitano.

“The reason why there was no indictment against the President, because the attorney General would not allow,” he continued.

Napolitano said that he would like to see Muller and Barr to testify publicly in a dramatic hearing before Congress.

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