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Response to drray23 (Reply #11)

Wed Jul 24, 2019, 10:06 PM

12. That's why I was asking

The most likely reason for something that doesnít sound legally correct (from someone like Mueller)... is that he didnít actually say what you thought you heard.

Hereís what I found so far:

"You would not indict because under the OLC opinion a sitting president cannot be indicted. It's unconstitutional," Mr. Mueller said in response to questions from Mr. Nadler.


That would be easy to mid-hear. But it isnít a statement that going against the OLC opinion would be unconstitutional... itís an accurate description of the OLCís opinion.

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