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Mueller says Trump was not exonerated but Trump declares victory

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2 minutes ago, Sujo said:

Werent u watching?

 

There was collusion. And obstruction of justice.

 

Yes it could have been over in 6 months if trump had cooperated. And his close aides kept finding themselves guilty.

Ya we were watching this 'clarification'  from the afternoon session.... were you?

Mueller issues clarification, takes back bombshell statement about indicting Trump - Fox News.ts

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Mueller's job was to investigate. He took millions of dollars from the Yankee taxpayers and he produced a report that I doubt he was even familiar with which makes me think he did not even write it. His job was to report. The judiciary will decide. Mueller should now shut up and get out of town. He's a dirty cop.

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6 hours ago, marcusarelus said:
6 hours ago, Tug said:

I watched the whole thing to me it unfolded exactly as I expected director muller of few words was taciturn factual and honest the dems factual respectfull questioning the republicans trying to spin and launch conspiracy’s so as per muller it’s not a witch hunt can’t indict a sitting potus but game on after 2020 the russans did interfere in our election pretty much what we knew before and a big slap down for Donald’s pet ag

I watched the whole thing too and Mueller seemed old and out of it and confused.  He should have been reading from a prompter.  I still don't know what the Russians did that actually interfered with the election.  Facebook stuff is not interfering - everyone knows that is not a reliable source and if you don't you shouldn't vote.  The Russians got charged with conspiracy to commit computer crimes - not committing crimes but conspiracy to commit.  That means they thought about doing something but didn't.  Big deal ho hum.  

 

agree. i thought the term dilapidated and or disheveled though in suit and tie. seemed to lack the level of acumen one would expect for such a so called seasoned expert attorney.

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4 hours ago, Cryingdick said:

Exonerated is not a legal term. there are not ten counts of obstruction. For it to be a legal count would mean ten charges and there isn't one.

Hairs split.

The term exonerate and the one also used by Mueller (exculpate) are in every legal dictionary.

Anyway it's Trump who started claiming he was exonerated in the report. So you suggest that he uses a poor choice of words (on top of lying as the reports and Mueller stated that he was not exonerated or exculpate, whatever term you like more)... we know that already. 😂

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9 minutes ago, candide said:

Hairs split.

The term exonerate and the one also used by Mueller (exculpate) are in every legal dictionaries.

Anyway it's Trump who started claiming he was exonerated in the report. So you suggest that he uses a poor choice of words (on top of lying as the reports and Mueller stated that he was not exonerated or exculpate, whatever term you like more)... we know that already. 😂

Ignore them, they're just members of the trump idiocracy.

 

https://time.com/4327424/idiocracy/

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1 hour ago, BobBKK said:

Ya we were watching this 'clarification'  from the afternoon session.... were you?

Mueller issues clarification, takes back bombshell statement about indicting Trump - Fox News.ts 8.57 MB · 1 download

The clarification was not about the multiple instances of collusion and obstruction.

 

It was that he could not even consider if there could be an indictment.

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34 minutes ago, Sujo said:

The clarification was not about the multiple instances of collusion and obstruction.

 

It was that he could not even consider if there could be an indictment.

No it wasn't.  It was 'we did not consider obstruction' not about the rules said we 'could not' ERGO 'we don't know'

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19 minutes ago, FritsSikkink said:

Mueller did reiterate that his investigation did not exonerate the president on obstruction of justice. He also dismissed Trump's claims that the investigation was a "witch hunt" and that Russian interference was a "hoax."  https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/cummings-implores-american-people-to-pay-attention-to-whats-going-on-after-mueller-testimony/ar-AAEOxtw?ocid=spartanntp

Muller reiterated they did not 'consider obstruction' not because of rules... it was not considered so all the noise is DEFLECTION as the report was about Russia Collusion (there was none). 

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3 minutes ago, BobBKK said:

Muller reiterated they did not 'consider obstruction' not because of rules... it was not considered so all the noise is DEFLECTION as the report was about Russia Collusion (there was none). 

Nonsense, troll story

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4 minutes ago, FritsSikkink said:

Nonsense, troll story

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MSNBC legal analyst Ari Melber was less sure about the meaning of the exchange.

 

"Lieu's suggestion is along the lines that 'a crime was found but could not be charged.' But that’s not what the report says. So there may be further debate about what Mueller meant by his reply to Lieu," Melber wrote.

 

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In Mueller's opening statement that came later before the House Intelligence Committee, the former special counsel said he wanted to "correct the record" on his exchange with Lieu.

 

"That's not the correct way to say it," Mueller said. "We did not reach a determination as to whether the president committed a crime."

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/did-mueller-mean-trump-could-be-indicted-when-he-leaves-n1033901

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