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Trump the “unprecedented cooperation” with Mueller-probe is offensive for “political purposes”: Ken Starr

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Former independent lawyer to advise, Ken Starr, as the left narrative shifts of collusion for obstruction of justice in the Russia investigation.

The former independent counsel Ken Starr offered his praise for President Trump and his management of the “unprecedented cooperation” with the Special Counsel, Robert Müller, led to the publication of embarrassing conversations, which will be taken for “political purposes.”

“Not only was there was no obstacle, it was a collaboration,” Starr, who was the independent Council’s investigation of the Whitewater and Monica Lewinsky scandals during the Clinton administration, said in an appearance on “Fox and friends” on Friday morning.

“Not only was it not a disability, there was cooperation.”

— The former independent counsel Ken Starr

PRESIDENT TRUMP IS THE COLLABORATION WITH MÜLLER PROBE WAS ‘UNPRECEDENTED’: KEN STARR

“Want to work with the President? No. He liked Bob Mueller in the whole thing? He hated it. Well, guess what? Bill Clinton hated me and hated the investigation,” he said, and pointed to several presidents in the past fired the special advice and the special Prosecutor.

“There is a difference between thoughts and that is another dimension that really took me by surprise how open and honest the conversations with the President of the United States, then announced and are now in the public domain,” he continued, noting that the President will not invoke executive privilege on the talks, ” the now obviously embarrassing for the President and the access to the for political purposes.”

“There is a difference between thoughts and that is another dimension that has really surprised me, how open and honest the conversations with the President of the United States, will be announced then, and are now in the public domain.”

— The former independent counsel Ken Starr

“But, there is no obstacle, here. The 10-obstructive actions don’t add up to obstruction of justice in the criminal sense,” Starr said.

MÜLLER REPORT SHOWS THE PROBE-FIXING THE EVIDENCE SHOWS TRUMP EFFORTS TO THE SIDE LINE OF THE KEY PLAYERS

The Mueller report was released Thursday and found no collusion between Russia and the trump campaign, revealed significant efforts page line Müller of the investigation.

The move to fire the special counsel is not realized according to the White House Counsel Don McGahn, allegedly refused to act, the implementation of Trump’ proposal to ask the attorney General to page to line Müller. Trump did not follow-up on request.

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Starr said the episode, although politically embarrassing for the White house, does not rise to the obstruction charges.

“The law takes care of what is done not what is thought and what is said. And so the president ‘ s instincts were very aggressive. He knows how to fire people, and he fires people. But, guess what? He comes to the edge, but he did not go on, as there is a red line,” he said.

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“He showed wisdom in the end. I wish the President didn’t stir up so much. He is sometimes his worst enemy. Stoke is not a crime and lashing out is not a crime. Totally understandable. We put ourselves in his situation. We might have said a few naughty words as well.”

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