Jason Riley: Fact Comey Didn’t Come Forward Suggests He Thought Trump Didn’t Commit Obstruction of Justice

‘He simply took some notes and share them with a few people’

RILEY: "It’s an excellent question. Instead, he simply took some notes and share them with a few people. But if he really thought that Trump had engaged in obstruction of justice, I think he had a duty to come forward and report that to higher officials in the Justice Department and certainly go public with it. He didn’t do that, which suggest to me that he didn’t think what Trump did really amounted to obstruction of justice, right?"

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