Mueller Prosecutor Says Trump Could Face Charges for Pardons, His ‘Final Act of Obstruction of Justice’

‘Can the president currently be prosecuted for obstruction of justice, I think the answer is yes, there is substantial evidence of that’

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WEISSEMANN: “And what we saw yesterday was essentially the president carrying out the final act of an obstruction of justice. So to your point about can the president currently be prosecuted for obstruction of justice, I think the answer is yes. There is substantial evidence of that. And what he did yesterday is going to be proof of that obstruction because it’s really the final act that fulfills the promise of the dangled pardons.”

(h/t Mediaite)

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