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The former Watergate assistant special Prosecutor’s office Jon sale said Thursday on “Fox & friends,” Robert Mueller’s investigation is “quite different”, what unfolded during the Watergate.
The former Watergate assistant special Prosecutor Jon Sale said on Thursday that Robert Mueller’s investigation is “quite different”, what unfolded during the Watergate.
He said the important difference is that the burglary of the Watergate building, there is a clear “underlying crime” (1972) was led to the obstruction of justice charges against President Richard Nixon.
“So something was there to cover up. Here there is no underlying crime,” he said on “Fox & Friends,” argue Democrats are “overreacting” by the issuance of numerous subpoenas, while the public opinion remains split about the question.
“The ballot box to decide whether to Trump or not to continue.”
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Sale pointed to Miller’s statement, that those who were accused, is not proved in the Russia of the probe “innocent until the guilt”, although he is of the same standard have the question of why, seems not to be President Trump to apply.
“The President was not indicted. Why, he asks, does not the presumption of innocence with the public and with the media, comrades?” he argues, why Trump has they don’t get any “apology” for the two-year-long saga
In a rare public statement on Wednesday, Mueller stressed that the investigation “will determine whether the President did commit a crime.”
Müller stated that long-standing justice Department policy that States that a President accused of a crime.
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“Charging the President with a crime was not an option that we might consider,” explained Müller, adding that “it would be unfair to suggest that someone of a crime, if it could not-of-court resolution of the charges.”
“The Constitution requires a different process than it is to accuse the criminal justice system officially, the President of misconduct”, before he continued, echoing his report, stating that Congress: “applicable disability laws, the President is corrupt, the exercise of the powers of the office in accordance with our constitutional system of separation of powers and the principle that no person is above the law.”
Sale emphasized that the state relieve lawyers “” people, instead of loading you either “or not charging.”