Schiff Backpedals: I Wasn’t Saying Trump Would Be Indicted When He Leaves Office

‘But it seems to me that it is very likely that Bob Mueller will adhere to this olc opinion’

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SCHIFF: “You know, I wasn’t saying the president should be indicted when he leaves office. But it seems to me that it is very likely that Bob Mueller will adhere to this olc opinion. That he will make the judgment that while the Constitution doesn’t prohibit him from seeking an indictment, that there are potential reasons why he might not do that. That he would follow this precedent set by the olc. But if there is an issue about whether justice can be had after he leaves office, I think that ought to get the justice Department to examine whether either an exception to that policy is necessary or whether a reconsideration of that policy is in order.”

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