Sheldon Whitehouse: Mueller Is Building a Case of Obstruction of Justice Against Trump

‘Because there has just been such an abundance of evidence pointing towards that’

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BLITZER: “The Washington Post reporting that Robert Mueller plans to interview president Trump in the coming weeks, particularly about his firings of his national security adviser Michael flip and the FBI director James Comey. Is he building a case potentially for obstruction of justice?"
WHITEHOUSE: "Yeah, and probably has been for a long time now."
>> You speak as a former attorney general of Rhode Island. Tell us why you believe that."
WHITEHOUSE: "Well, because there has just been such an abundance of evidence pointing towards that, whether it’s the firing of Comey, the statements that were made beforehand seeking loyalty."

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