The Mueller investigation has finally come to an end. After 2 years and millions of dollars wasted we now know that Mueller was unable to find any evidence that Trump colluded with Russia. Mueller also was unable to prove that Trump obstructed justice but he didn’t technically exonerate Trump on that one. He hedged. Liberal professor Alan Dershowitz isn’t happy about that.
From Fox News:
Former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz said Monday on “Fox & Friends” that while Robert Mueller got most things right in his report on possible collusion between the president and Russia, he ultimately “hedged” and left the report open for political debate.
“Two cheers for Mueller… He was right about collusion or conspiracy and he was right in the end about obstruction, not bringing any charges. But he was wrong not to say unequivocally ‘look we looked at the evidence and there is no case for obstruction,’” Dershowitz said.
“There is no case for obstruction. You can’t obstruct justice if you engage in your constitutionally authorized acts. Firing, pardoning, helping the Justice Department make decisions. That should have been the end of the inquiry.”
Dershowitz also went on Shannon Bream’s show and had some interesting things to say.
Finally, this charade is over. Hopefully we can move on.