Mueller's finding of no collusion must be accepted, but we must condemn some behavior he exposed
Added 03-27-19 04:11:01am EST - “If you trust that Mueller did the job fairly, as I do, you must accept his apparent conclusion that no crime was committed to conspire with Russia. However, that doesn't mean there aren't lingering questions about collusion.” - Foxnews.com
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Special Counsel Robert Mueller's findings have wide-ranging national security implications for the U.S.; Gillian Turner reports from Washington.
If you believe, as I do, that the overriding imperative of the special counsel investigation was simply that Robert Mueller complete it without interference, you should feel satisfied. By all accounts, he was given free reign. And if you trust that Mueller did the job fairly, as I do, you must accept his apparent conclusion that no crime was committed by the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it to conspire with Russia during the 2016 election.
However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t lingering questions about collusion that may be answered in Mueller’s report, even though they weren’t answered in Attorney General William Barr’s summary of its findings.
Most importantly, how did Donald Trump’s advisers engage in seemingly inappropriate contacts with Russians during the campaign and not break the law? Were those contacts part of a concerted effort by the Russian government to curry favor with campaign staff members? What protections are there to ensure these contacts do not cross the line next time?
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