Judge Nap on Trump Tower Meeting with Russians: The President Should Be Worried About Don Jr.

‘Federal law prohibits the receipt by people running a campaign of information or anything of value from a foreign person entity or government’

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NAPOLITANO: "There is no such contact as the word collusion and the word does not appear in a federal statute that is relevant to this case. So once and one says collusion is not a crime and therefore nobody involved in the Trump Tower meeting committed a crime, that’s a false premise because it presumes that collusion is worth investigating. Since it doesn’t exist, you can analyze it. So here’s what the statute prohibits. Federal law prohibits the receipt by people running a campaign of information or anything of value from a foreign person entity or government. It prohibits soliciting that and it prohibits agree to solicit it. The agreement is called a conspiracy, an agreement to do something wrong. So there are three potential crimes here. Soliciting the information, receiving the information or agreeing to receive the information."

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