Krauthammer: ‘It Was Understood … We Were Not Going To Indict the Dem Candidate for the Presidency’

‘It was understood, not said, written or e-mailed but understood we were not going to indict the democratic candidate for the presidency’

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"Look, it looks awful. Normally you give immunity so you can prosecute. May lose the case but at least prosecute. Not even a prosecution. Impression left is, we'll probably never know. It was understood, not said, written or e-mailed but understood we were not going to indict the democratic candidate for the presidency, thus everything else followed. And close aides are getting immunity as well. Looks very suspicious. I credit Comey's sincerity but I don't know what role he played. One thing I would say, if she wins I think it is possible that Obama will pardon the remaining high officials who are going to end up in office with her as a way out of this. Otherwise this could pursue her and them into her presidency. Remember watergate came after, long after re-election. There's a fuse here that I think will remain lit otherwise."

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