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Stated by Donald Trump to then attorney general Jeffrey Sessions when hearing of the appointment of Robert Mueller and fully spelled out in the Mueller report.
Trump subsequently illegally attempted to remove Mueller and/or limit the scope of his investigation
multiple times.
However, his Whitehouse staff was smart enough to not obey his orders.

"We have to decide if we're willing to go on with a president who was elected with Russian help and tried 10 times to obstruct a probe into that help." - today in USA Today.


Mueller report: A corrupt, unpatriotic president, a stark impeachment choice for Democrats

Jason Sattler

USA TODAY Opinion•April 19, 2019

Mueller report: A corrupt, unpatriotic president, a stark impeachment choice for Democrats

We have to decide if we're willing to go on with a president who was elected with Russian help and tried 10 times to obstruct a probe into that help.

Even before special counsel Robert Mueller's report was released, anyone who had a TV knew that President Donald Trump was too corrupt and compromised for his office. Now we know the same is true for his attorney general, William Barr.

For weeks, Barr has been trying to sell us a Mueller report that simply does not exist.

The actual Mueller report, beneath all the redactions, details one of the most successful foreign disruptions of an American election in the history of the republic. It reveals a presidential campaign eager to suck up the benefits of this "sweeping and systematic" interference, and it unmasks a president who attempted to commit multiple crimes to cover the whole thing up.

But beyond all those revelations, this process has shown we are in an emergency unlike anything we've seen since Watergate. Barr has proven that he is determined to help Trump get away with some of the most unpatriotic and corrupt acts ever committed by a president.


Minutes before Mueller's 448-page report was released Thursday morning, Barr held a press conference for his second attempt to describe the fictional report he wishes Mueller's team had written. As if he had been hacked by Trump's Twitter feed, he repeated some version of the phrase "no collusion" over and over and over.

We soon learned that Mueller's report couldn't possibly clear Trump of "collusion." Why? It clearly states with the first few pages it does not even address the "concept of 'collusion.'"
A shocking sentence about Trump and Russia

Barr also repeated the sentence fragment that played a starring role in his memo that attempted to exonerate the president: " … the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities."

Soon, the world finally saw the whole big shocking sentence:

Although the investigation established that the Russian government perceived it would benefit from a Trump presidency and worked to secure that outcome, and that the Campaign expected it would benefit electorally from information stolen and released through Russian efforts, the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.

In other words, both sides were working toward the same goal. Mueller merely couldn't prove that they had coordinated their efforts in ways that specifically violated the law.



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