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[udpate: Whitaker apparently...never asked, but would be told he should recuse if he did???] Whitaker told he does not need to recuse himself from overseeing Mueller investigation


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9 hours ago, Jwheel86 said:

So I guess Whitaker can expect a subpoena from Mueller regarding obstruction?

 

 

The complaint to Whittaker about the Cohen plea seems like it might fall under the "unprecedented but not illegal" standard of keeping Justice at arms length for a president that Trump has stomped all over quite a few times now.

 

It's kind of a shame it's getting lumped in with the bit about "reigning in" the SDNY. That seems like textbook obstruction.

 

A line has become popular over the past month or two that Trump obstructs out in the open to "confuse" the legal process. And that if he did the same conduct in private there would be no doubt it was obstruction. Well, this is that...in private. This is one of the things Nixon was impeached for.

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10 minutes ago, Chairslinger said:

 

 

The complaint to Whittaker about the Cohen plea seems like it might fall under the "unprecedented but not illegal" standard of keeping Justice at arms length for a president that Trump has stomped all over quite a few times now.

 

It's kind of a shame it's getting lumped in with the bit about "reigning in" the SDNY. That seems like textbook obstruction.

 

A line has become popular over the past month or two that Trump obstructs out in the open to "confuse" the legal process. And that if he did the same conduct in private there would be no doubt it was obstruction. Well, this is that...in private. This is one of the things Nixon was impeached for.

 

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"Incorrectly claimed on his resume".

 

You mean lying? Because lying on your resume is actually illegal if I remember the law correctly because you are falsely representing yourself and your credentials, which employers could theoretically use as a basis to hire you (under false pretenses). 

 

This guy needs to get the :guillotine:

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