BREAKING: AG William Barr Sends “Principal Conclusion” Letter to Congress – Here it is (full pdf)…

U.S. Attorney General William Barr sends a four-page letter to congress summarizing the Robert Mueller report.  This four-page letter is known as the “Principal Conclusion” notification to the House and Senate Judiciary Committees.

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Here’s the Letter:


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786 Responses to BREAKING: AG William Barr Sends “Principal Conclusion” Letter to Congress – Here it is (full pdf)…

  1. Nagothm says:

    So Mueller did try to shiv Trump in the report. It says while they couldn’t find any evidence of obstruction that doesn’t mean the Trump is innocent of obstruction. Sorry, but that is exactly what it means. If you don’t find evidence of a crime by definition that person is innocent. Mueller is just still angry he wasn’t able to trap Trump in a perjury charge.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      It is not, was not, and is NEVER the job of any prosecutor to try to exonerate anyone.

      Their job is to collect evidence; assess the evidence; and prosecute if they think the evidence is strong enough.

      Mueller, by definition, thought not.

      Making a comment on “exoneration” was improper of him. Typical.

      Liked by 12 people

      • Coast says:

        And more importantly, improper of Barr to have stated it in his letter.

        Liked by 2 people

        • glissmeister says:

          Barr did the wise thing. Mueller deferred to the Attorney General to make the final determination. Barr did so.

          We all know adversaries will try to distort and dissemble what is going on here. I think Mueller (and/or whomever wrote that) knew that wording would be abused in bad faith obfuscations of the findings of the investigation. Mueller’s “neither does it exonerate” jab was certainly not needed to explain the simple fact the Special Counsel saw the obstruction determination as a matter to be later determined by the Attorney General.

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        • L4grasshopper says:

          Disagree. Barr knew that most of the Report would be public in near future, including that line by Mueller.

          So he preemptively put Mueller’s improper statement out there, and then proceeded to very emphatically state that it wasn’t even close to being obstruction.

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        • sentinelle says:

          I’m thinking they are setting the stage for when the tables turn. Defining what is obstruction in public opinion. How would most of us feel if we are falsely accused and then told if we complain and call out our lying accusers we will be charged with obstruction? That’s part of our liberty as Americans. Freedom of speech.

          When those behind the Russian conspiracy are more clearly and publicly exposed, I think their cover up (obstruction) will be apparent.


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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Yes, Weismann and 12 other Democrats still angry.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dave Radetsky says:

      Barr’s letter does not say that Mueller couldn’t find any evidence of obstruction. It says that Mueller decided not to make a determination regarding the president’s conduct and that it would be left to the AG to determine if obstruction had been committed (and I think that Mueller came to that conclusion for many of the reasons you lay out in your comment). In other words, he found things that someone might say lean to obstruction, but not enough to take a firm stand on, so he’s handing it over to the AG to determine if prosecution should be pursued. Barr then says that he and Rosenstein reviewed it and determined that there wasn’t enough there to prosecute and noted that when making that determination they didn’t even consider whether a president could be indicted or not.

      Two things come of that point. First, the fact that Barr included Rosenstein in that decision not to pursue action against the president puts the more pressure on the left because Rosenstein oversaw Mueller’s investigation. By bringing Rosenstein into that decision, the left can’t say that Barr overrode Rosenstein or covered anything up. Second, the fact that Barr and Rosenstein didn’t even consider in their determination whether a president can be indicted clears Trump even further because by not including that in their decision means that they simply looked at whether the president had committed prosecutable crime(s). If they’d considered whether a president can be indicted (and most legal experts agree that a sitting president cannot be indicted), then the left could scream that they only let Trump off because he’s a sitting president. This clears Trump even further.

      When read carefully, there are many things in this letter that clearly are written to add strength to the president’s exoneration.

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    • liquidchaoss says:

      However AG Barr and Rosenstein said there is no obstruction. So Trump is right, he was 100% exonerated. Yet the media is still saying he hasnt been exonerated over obstruction. Some outlets are saying Barr said no obstruction, but they are using that to attack Barr as a political job since he was appointed by Trump. They dont say Rosenstein also came to the same conclusion, the same guy who recommended to wear a wire to try and get Trump and wrote a letter stating Comey should be fired. Media just cant let this go, trying every angle they can to continue to attack Trump.

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    • TMonroe says:

      I didn’t sit down with Mueller either. That doesn’t mean I should be seen as anything but clear of obstruction, if common sense is on the table.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Victoire2020 says:

      Agree with you completely in all points! Dirty Mueller wanted to give his friends something (totally false) to continue to harass the President with. #DirtyCop


    • franuche says:

      Mueller’s “investigation” may not have “exhonerated” Trump, but it sure as hell confirmed that Mueller is a crap-weasel.


      • Firefly says:

        The most brilliant thing PTrump did was refuse to be deposed. Mueller had nothing because he couldn’t even depose the President. Bet that torqued Weissman to no end. PTrump avoided an evil perjury trap when mueller Ss knew PTrump was innocent.


    • mikeyboo says:

      AND Barr’s portion of the report was more assertive He says that he and Rosenstein could not find any action that constituted obstruction.


    • Peppurr says:

      Exactly, I just read Mueller’s report and imo after all this time and money, he comes up with nothing and still has to stick it to the President. With ALL those lawyer$ on board – they couldn’t find anything! Yet, he has to get that dig in there that there’s nothing to exonerate the President. Unbelievable. And so, this fiasco will continue with the Democrats! I’m fuming!


  2. Lion2017 says:

    Happy to hear Dershowitz & Levin calling Mueller out after Fox hosts lavishing praise on Mueller. Time to declassify!

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  3. I respect Mueller for his service in the armed forces. I have my doubts about his previous performance as FBI director. In his position as SC, he certainly uncovered all the rocks specifically looking for something on President Trump only.

    Regardless if it was a witch hunt or not, Mr. Mueller rode herd on the dozen plus angry Democrat lawyers and did not allow them to compose or fabricate a false indictment or claim AGAINST the President.

    He did his job effectively and perhaps we should thank him for doing so.

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    • MelH says:

      BS, H&HC, 2nd-16th. Mueller hired 17 angry lawyers and what you are saying is that Mueller didn’t let them manufacture a crime, which puts us on notice that you are a Liberal. but maybe think you are a Republican like Mueller thinks he is a Republican. It was a witch hunt and our President had NO witches in his realm. You can’t let him have that, can you? You’re like Mueller, trying to shiv Trump because you have a personal ax to grind.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      He “rode herd” on the angry Dems that HE chose! They were….by definition….doing HIS bidding 🙂

      Liked by 4 people

      • Dizzy lizzy says:

        No…..he rode herd on no one. It was Nunes, Jim Jordan, counter-reporting like treehouse, Lou Dobbs, Maria and a small group of truth seekers that did enough “herd riding” to make indictment impossible. Too much of the truth was out there. He and his merry band of conspirators were too exposed.

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    • lolli says:


      Don’t let them gaslight you!
      Mueller and Rosey are 2 evil sobs that put our country and our President through hell, they should be hung not thanked.

      This is what Sundance means by “battered conservative syndrome”
      We should be in the streets demanding they are arrested along with the others who were involved in the coup.
      You sound kind and forgiving, which is good. You just can never turn your back on evil. Evil never gives up.

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    • Surprised you’re defending Mueller’s tacit and active Prosecutorial Misconduct.

      Elephant in the Room:
      Mueller’s been executing the most massive COVER-UP in U.S. History.

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    • … and if not defending, passively ignoring.

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    • B Woodward says:

      We shouldn’t have any respect for the actions of special council Mueller, and we don’t know yet about false claims against the President. If Mueller had any ethics he would have never taken a job that was a violation of federal laws from the beginning.. Rosenstein’s appointment of the Mueller was illegal. Federal law 28 CFR 600.1, states that “The Attorney General … will appoint a Special Counsel when he or she determines that criminal investigation of a person or matter is warranted…” Mr. Rosenstein did not identify a crime, and the DOJ regulation does not authorize a special counsel to be appointed for a counter-intelligence investigation. Mueller was also disqualified from being the special counsel because of his conflicts of interest. (28 CFR 600.7) Mueller is best friends with James Comey who was a key player in the FBI’s illegal spying on Trump. That alone disqualifies Mueller.

      Representative Gohmert produced a report about Mueller’s history stating, “What I have accumulated here is absolutely shocking upon the realization that Mueller’s disreputable, twisted history speaks to the character of the man placed in a position to attempt to legalize a coup against a lawfully-elected President.”

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      • Mr. G says:

        Yeah-read Gohmert’s link and tell me how great a guy Mueller is.

        I am in continual amazement at the naivety of the common citizen.


    • mikeyboo says:

      Mueller and co. did everything possible to fabricate a false indictment/claim against the President. The ONLY reason they did not succeed was there were two many honest people monitoring the entire debacle. Also Mueller’s co-conspirators (my opinion) made too many mistakes, and Barr did not allow any BS charges.


      • #1 I am not a liberal.
        #2 I am an independent semi-conservative senior citizen with bigoted and racist leanings; America – Love or Leave and if you want to stay, learn the language or get TFO.
        #3 The SC’s attorneys were picked BEFORE Mueller was.
        #4 Regardless if it was a witch hunt, I believe the results would have been much different if Mueller was not in charge. It could have been someone really on the other side.
        #5 Knowing Wesimann’s and a couple others’ previous proven misconduct, I am confident Mueller made them stay within the law.
        #6 No one rode herd or monitored Mueller. AG Barr could only tell him to wrap it up.
        #7 I support PDJT and find offense to the inference I would “shiv” him.
        #8 The only people I dislike are illegals, Democrats and Never-Trumpers.
        #9 I may not agree with all your comments, as you have not with mine, but I respect your right to make them and would not falsely accuse you of something because you made them.
        #10 MAGA and Have a Great Day.


        • Mr.G says:

          #5 Knowing Wesimann’s and a couple others’ previous proven misconduct, I am confident Mueller made them stay within the law.

          Then why were Wesimann and others on the SC to begin with?

          Sorry I ain’t buying it

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  4. H. Hawke says:

    President Trump’s full comments on the Mueller Report Summary.

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    • H. Hawke says:

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      • RobInPA says:

        Agree Mel!

        H&HC knows he is dead-man walking, and in the last few minutes that he may have left in his insignificant life is trying to be pleasant and reasonable, such that his sentence may be changed to life in prison without parole vs. ready and waiting firing squad.


        • What prompted that comment?


          • nigelf says:

            Man, that escalated quickly…LOL!


            • MelH says:

              Mueller “rode herd” because there are enough brilliant lawyers around who have access to the Gohmert Truth piece and would LOVE to bring up the Uranium escapades of Mueller and his siblings. Respect? SPIT! “Does not exonerate” is the Mueller touch that says everything there is to say about whose “side” he is on. “Thank him”? Not on your LIFE! He hamstrung our President for more than two years, and that’s just the beginning of what he did, ALL of it illegal! But more than that, he set up the President for 6 more years of harassment while people like H&HC look on in relief that there is something there, “Does not exonerate him”, that can keep the Witch Hunt going as long as there are anti-Trumpers dedicated to taking him down.


    • Damn right someone better start looking at the “other side.”

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      • Firefly says:

        Yep. We need an investigation into the Ukraine interfereing into the election. What a sneaky mueller to not notice the Ukraine and Russians interference in the election. If the dems are dumb enough to subpoena Mueller or a Rosenstein the gop need to ask about the Russians and Ukrainians involved that Mueller purposely overlooked or didn’t refer.

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  5. NJF says:

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  6. I’ve stopped checking Drudge. But DR headlines drive the narrative.
    He has some screaming red ink right now:

    “Trump Wins” being the top of the fold.

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  7. Troublemaker10 says:

    Happy no Collusion day!

    Liked by 6 people

  8. Carson Napier says:

    This isn’t over folks. Special High Council Robert the Mueller may have found the usurper of Queen Hillary’s thrown innocent of consorting with Russians to bring Queen Hillary so much bad karma, as well as bad balance, that she lost the election, which of right should have been her’s by at least 50 points, but that still leaves the far more serious charges of consorting with sorcerers from the planet Mars and demons from the planet Venus to bring about the same result.


  9. MelH says:

    That burned me up when i heard it on CNN. Actually they read the letter as …”that doesn’t mean the President is exonerated”. They and i thought “wasn’t exonerated” means yes he did some bad stuff but not that reaches the level of a crime with unrefutable evidence.


    • andyocoregon says:

      Just consider the Fake News source.

      Communist News Network.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Dutchman says:

        Its fine that the Media is refusing to let go. As SD points out in another post, on the main page, the media are fully complicit, therefore they CAN’T now admit they were wrong, and complicit.

        However, libs reaction, in media and Congress, perfectly justifies the counterpunch of declassification.

        After all, if they were to (unrealistic, I know) all publically say “O.k, we were wrong. No obstruction, no collusion”
        There would be no reason to release the kraken; but, since they are trying to spin this, as not charging collusion or obstruction doesn’t mean there wasn’t,
        and Congress is going to continue to investigate, and press continue narrative, even suggesting Mueller was whitewash working for “Trump”, it is THEIR behavior that neccesitates releasing the ‘classified’ material.

        As from the beginning, the idiots are bringing it on themselves.

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      I’ve seen that too, but remember Mel, they are really a bunch of no names that aren’t important.

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  10. Raffaella says:

    Than you AG Barr. For a change, we have a capable adult in charge of that department.

    Jeff Sessions: I hope you rot in hell. You incapable mousy piece of sh*t.

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  11. Bogeyfree says:

    Mr. Graham,

    When Mr. Mueller comes before Congress to testify please ask him the following;

    1) How Mr. Mueller were you able to conclude No Americans colluded with the Russians? Are you saying you investigated HRC and other Democrats? Who and how many Democrats did you interview, subpoena, during your 2 years?

    2) Specifically when did your team confiscate the DNC server? And who made the determination that the hacking occurred from the outside vs the inside via something such as a thumb drive?

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  12. grainofsalt2 says:

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  13. Jenevive says:

    I hope we hear tomorrow morning the PapaD, FLynn get pardons
    and Manafort gets his sentence commuted. He shouldn;t get a pardon
    as he is guilty but I have no problem commuting his sentence.

    Cohen well since he wouldn;t except one if it was offer oh well
    too bad for him..

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  14. H. Hawke says:

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    • rayvandune says:

      “…‘this was an illegal takedown that failed”, and then he should have added “, and I know and the American people know you all were active accomplices in it.”

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  15. Perot Conservative says:

    No Interference. No Obstruction.

    But I get the sneaky feeling the SC not making a decision about “obstruction” was their way of continuing the narrative. … which is partly covered by slimey Rosenstein being part of Barr’s decision-making process.

    Judicial Watch is still very peeved that Rosey is in the house. That the #2 effectively runs the department.

    Can’t we fast-track Rosen?

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  16. Deplore Able says:

    This is a most interesting sentence.

    “The Special Counsel found that Russian government actors successfully hacked into computers and obtained emails from persons affiliated with the Clinton Campaign and Democratic Party organizations, and publicly disseminated those materials through several intermediaries, including WikiLeaks.”

    This is a clumsily drafted sentence. It sounds as the Russian government actors “obtained emails FROM persons affiliated with the Clinton Campaign and Democratic Part Organizations….” I immediately thought this was a reference to Seth Rich.

    On second thought, I think it more likely Barr meant to write that the Russian government actors “obtained emails OF persons affiliated with the Clinton Campaign and Democratic Part Organizations….”

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    • Dr.Jay says:

      Actually this sentence is correct. 🙂

      >> obtained emails from persons affiliated with the Clinton Campaign and Democratic Party organizations,

      FROM is correct. Because John Podesta and 1 or more people in DNC Finance actually GAVE their passwords to unknown individuals. And those people then used that access to download ALL their emails (in so far retained in their email-boxes). All this was done remotely, without ever having to ‘hack’ any DNC server.
      No emails were taken by Russians via any hack of DNC servers. Certainly not the ones published by Wikileaks (who only published the emails + attachments of the above mentioned sources.)

      As Roger Stone correctly stated in his statements to Congress (and he could only comment on what he knew from reading from public sources): NONE of the emails and documents published by Wikileaks came from any alleged hack by Russians (or anyone else) of the DNC servers.
      Simply because ALL came from the confidence trick whereby Podesta and several other people were tricked into ‘resetting’ their passwords via a fake web-email link.

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      • lolli says:

        👍 dr jay


      • coltlending says:

        “All this was done remotely, without ever having to ‘hack’ any DNC server.”

        Not likely.

        A reliable source, former NSA, William Binney says there’s no way remote badwith could have transferred the amount of data transfer in the amount of time it was transferred.

        Binny said it had to be a direct port transfer (Insider at DNC)

        Surprised you’re not away of that. It’s been discussed a lot.

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        • Tparty says:

          Podesta emails were not on the DNC server. I think he is specifically talking about the phishing to get Podesta email password. We know they have yet to prove hacking the DNC server.


    • Chewbarkah says:

      Good observation. Dr. Freud might conclude that the author believes that the “hacking” and the “obtaining” were separate operations, but has chosen, consciously or otherwise, ambiguous phrasing to conceal that fact. I hope we find out why in the near future.


  17. Nom de Blog says:

    What might have been if only AG Droopy Dog had had the stones to tell Deep State swamp dwellers he would not recuse. AG Barr has handled the conspiracy, so far.


  18. MightyMustardSeed says:

    Congratulations, and Thank God, Mr President!
    I am so sorry for what You have endured these past years, at the hands of the enemies of America. And thank You for telling us to look forward to this year.

    I can’t wait for the look on President Trump’s face when he tells the Dems they’re the ones who demanded they receive full declassification.

    Oh Mr President, they are begging for it! You have, once again, been maneuvered into the position where You hold all the cards.

    Nobody plays their game better than You.

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    • LIG says:

      I have been happily wearing my Pink MAGA hat all day!! I would not have survived these last 2 years after my spouse died right after the election if I had not “found” the Last Refuge and utilized my Christian faith to sustain me during this ordeal. I believe and trust my President Donald J Trump. Celebrating and Thanksgiving today!

      Liked by 5 people

      • Blind no longer says:

        Bless you and I’m so sorry for your loss. The Last Refuge is just that for so many of us!!! The the Good Lord for Sundance and all the people involved in this wonderful treehouse, and all it’s wonderful commenters and Patriots!!

        Liked by 2 people

      • MightyMustardSeed says:

        Lig, Thanks for the reminder that even in our darkest times, there is always grace and comfort.

        Id’e love to see that pink hat on you!


  19. H. Hawke says:

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  20. H. Hawke says:

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  21. Dr.Jay says:

    Trump on Mueller report: This was an illegal takedown that failed
    On CBS News just now.

    Now THIS IS the ‘beginning of the end’, at least for some people….

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  22. OldParatrooper says:

    Time to declassify and release all the relevant FISA docs, including the unsuccessful one from June of 2016. Let the public see how weak the “evidence” was for initiating surveillance on the opposition political party’s campaign.

    And also time to investigate whether the Obama/Lynch DOJ fixed the Hillary email investigation. Lisa Page says they did. The meeting between Bubba and Lynch hints strongly that they did.
    1. Who wrote the 22 TS/SCI/SAP/HUMINT emails on the unclassified server? Huma? Pat Kennedy? Another Hillary aide?
    2. Who requested “hundreds of unmaskings using Sam Powers name? Powers? Or someone else. Either way, somebody lied.
    3. Who made the decision not to prosecute after the email server was wiped while under subpoena? Who made the decision to wipe the server? Even the President of Platte River Networks admitted feeling uneasy about wiping the server, since he knew it was under subpoena.
    4. What did Peter Stzrok mean when he said the FBI was left to “a wire carrying current” after the NSA cut off access to the 702 inquiry feature? This was well before the FISA application was approved? Was the FBI bugging Trump Tower already?

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  23. andyocoregon says:

    Funny, I just flipped over to the Communist News Network to see 9 talking heads sitting at a curved desk all dissing the Mueller Report with their fanatical opinions based on their feelings.
    No wonder they are sliding into the abyss.

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  24. Og Oggilby says:

    “President Trump’s lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jay Sekulow called into CNN Sunday afternoon in the wake of the release of Attorney General Bill Barr’s summary of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report clearing the president of accusations of Russia collusion.

    RUDY GIULIANI: Well, I’m here with Jay Sekulow, my co-counsel. We’ve had a chance to quickly go through it. We think it completely exonerated the president, it is quite clear, no collusion of any kind, including the entire Trump campaign, which raises the question, why did this ever start in the first place?

    JAY SEKULOW: As to the obstruction, Wolf, the key there is that the attorney general and the deputy attorney general made the conclusion that you don’t have obstruction when there’s no underlying crime. I think that we’ve said from the outset that this was a situation where there was no collusion, there was no obstruction, and now we have the weight of the Department of Justice agreeing with us.

    WOLF BLITZER: Very important, though, I want to get your reaction to one line in this letter. They quote the special counsel, Robert Mueller, as saying, as far as obstruction of justice, quote, ‘While this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.’ What’s your reaction to that?

    GIULIANI: Yes, but then if you go on to the next two paragraphs, Wolf, the attorney general does kind of a brilliant analysis of it. He says that he and deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein have concluded that the evidence is not sufficient to establish the president committed obstruction of justice. Then he goes even further and points out that basically under settled law, it’s almost impossible to have obstruction of justice if there’s no underlying crime. A brilliant lawyer-like analysis. Then he concludes with a very strong statement, ‘in cataloging the president’s actions, many of which took place in public view, the report identifies no actions that in our judgment,’ that’s Rosenstein and Barr, ‘constitute obstructive conduct.’

    That is a complete exoneration by the attorney general and Rod Rosenstein.”

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  25. H. Hawke says:

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  26. Landslide says:

    President Trump should announce the declass at his rally on Thursday!!!! 👍🏻🇺🇸👍🏻🇺🇸 Talk about kicking-off the 2020 Landslide Reelection Campaign!!!! 😄

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  27. covfefe_USA says:

    Hahahahahaha!!! Some tribal idiot named “Gemu” on Fox was spewing the standard useful idiot BS, until such time as Jay Sekulow came on the line. Gemu! Gemu! What idiot would would name their child ‘Gemu’?????!!!! Hahahahah. Dropped as soon as a thinking, rational brain was on line.

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  28. Reality says:

    The problem is obvious.
    There is no possibility, despite what the Don says, of any serious investigation of “the other side”. The only entity that can do that is DoJ….owned lock stock and barrel by Deep State, Never Trumpers and UniParty. Make no mistake, that includes Barr. An ex Bushie can be nothing else but Establishment Washington.

    Until the DoJ is cleaned out they are investigating themselves. Good luck with that, you duffers

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  29. Jenevive says:

    Was on Twitter CNN tweeted that Barr didn;t consult with Mueller
    when he wrote his letter. Why would he? He is just summarizing
    what Mueller reported why would he need to consult wiht Mueller
    on his letter?

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  30. Dershowitz blasts Mueller as a Comey type coward for his obstruction ‘no charge, no exoneration’ stuff. Typical political play by Saint Bob.

    IHO, it is a net positive that Barr kept Rosenstein on to help with the decision of the AG office that there was no obstruction. That was a smart strategic move that will play out well in the future.

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    • Tom H says:

      Dersh is 100% correct in his assessment of this issue. Mueller completely “punted” on the obstruction issue. Admits that they didn’t even analyze (so obviously they couldn’t come to any conclusion, one way or the other.) He left it up to Barr, who did the simple legal analysis…no crime, no obstruction. Mueller and most likely Weissman did this to give the Dems and their press lackeys the ability to continue the narrative that will support further harassment. Very sleazy and cowardly.

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  31. NJF says:

    I bet she wishes she could sit down next to Phillipe again.

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  32. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    And for all of this….just to lighten it up….we should do a
    ‘Happy Dance”……get past the first thirty seconds of the video….they let’s dance….for today……
    then throw them all in jail.

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  33. freepetta says:

    All roads lead to Frau Hillary, Sultan Obama and Creepy Jarrett along with their co-conspirators at the FBI and DOJ!! Thems the facts ladies and gentlemen.

    Ship them off to Guantanamo!!

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  34. Bill Hollinger says:

    No obstruction, no collusion, no more indictments. The incredible scope of this witch hunt: 19 vehemently anti-Trump lawyers, forty FBI agents, 2800 subpoenas, 500 search warrants, 500 witnesses interviewed, tens of millions of dollars waster. And still that goon Mueller says despite not finding obstruction doesn’t mean he didn’t obstruct???? What, is Mueller stupid? Just unbelievable. Damn Mueller, and damn every one of the traitorous (your choice of expletives) people involved in this coup attempt. I hope to hell every one of them rots in jail. Like Manafort, in solitary confinement.

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  35. H. Hawke says:

    Transcript of President Trump’s response to the Mueller Report.

    The White House
    Office of the Press Secretary
    March 24, 2019

    Palm Beach International Airport
    Palm Beach, Florida

    4:46 P.M. EDT

    THE PRESIDENT: So, after a long look, after a long investigation, after so many people have been so badly hurt, after not looking at the other side where a lot of bad things happened, a lot of horrible things happened, a lot of very bad things happened for our country — it was just announced there was no collusion with Russia. The most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard.

    ​ There was no collusion with Russia. There was no obstruction, and — none whatsoever. And it was a complete and total exoneration. It’s a shame that our country had to go through this. To be honest, it’s a shame that your President has had to go through this for — before I even got elected, it began. And it began illegally. And hopefully, somebody is going to look at the other side. This was an illegal takedown that failed. And hopefully, somebody is going to be looking at the other side.

    So it’s complete exoneration. No collusion. No obstruction.

    Thank you very much. Thank you.

    END 4:48 P.M. EDT

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  36. beach lover says:

    I don’t know about the rest of you, but after the initial happiness of the outcome, I am Pissed that it ever happened to begin with!

    I hope we hear they are going full force against the last administration for the crimes they committed against our President and his family. Disgrace.

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  37. webgirlpdx says:

    Baier may be saying some good stuff today…..but I’ll always hate him now for what he did to Judge Pirro.

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  38. covfefe_USA says:

    Not only all this, America – but remember: Foreign heads of state were advised that his president would imminently be facing “IMPEACHMENT” !!! Just think how this debacle injured this Administration’s standing amongst foreign powers. Treason. Treason. Treason.

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  39. sundance says:

    New Thread Alert !!

    Liked by 5 people

  40. Dora says:

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  41. sherrymerlot says:

    Just a general observation.

    I have stopped listening to most attorneys on cable TV. You won’t find any two attorneys, even at this high level, who agree on everything. They’re attorneys simply because they enjoy arguing and looking at all sides of an argument.

    It was the same thing when I was involved in a rather large real estate sale with family property. I spoke to five different attorneys as the sale went along. This taught me a lot.

    By the way, based on what Ken Starr wrote in an op-ed about the regulations for the special counsel law, enabled by legislation about 19 years ago, Bob Mueller won’t testify before any congressional committees. All communications go through the Attorney General. The only way Mueller could agree to appear is if Attorney General Barr decided to change the regulations. I don’t think Barr will do that.

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  42. H. Hawke says:

    Look at this POS, Burr.


    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Congress cannot do this. Any Grand Jury evidence is private. No convictions, no evidence may get given to anyone. It is in law enacted after the Clinton impeachment.

      Levin stated such in his interview on Fox and Friends. Congress has no right to see any evidence or testimony from Grand Jury’s…or anyone else where charges were not created.

      I am not a lawyer, but listen the the Levin interview this morning..

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      • mikeyboo says:

        They will just continue to grandstand-knowing that most people do not study enough to understand what is going on. Many people will simply listen to the same corrupt leftist media personalities-who masquerade as journalists -in order to mislead the sheep.

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  43. Bogeyfree says:

    Key words by PT….

    1) Illegal activity

    2) Occurred before I was elected

    That IMO tells me PT now will and has to take action. When the highest person in the land says it was ILLEGAL activity, he can not back away from a known crime!


  44. 335blues says:

    Does the fact that night time has come mean the sun has gone down?
    Not to the marxist democrat party.
    “Night time does not necessarily mean the sun has gone down. This is just the end of the beginning
    in the endless investigations as to whether the sun has truly gone down, or if
    President Trump has colluded with Russians to make it appear the sun has gone down,
    and has stolen the election during the night that has been perpetrated by collusion
    with the Russians.”
    The marxist democrat party needs endless investigations to hide the perjury, falsification
    of FISA documents, lying to federal courts, and seditious and treasonous behavior.
    Otherwise, they go to prison.


  45. Jenevive says:

    Interesting..Was reading an article on Fox where they
    talked with Trey Gowdy, the article mentioned he played golf
    with POTUS today ..Now a while back in an interview on Fox
    Gowdy mentioned he did not know/met the President. Suddenly
    he is playing golf with him in FL? and the President said
    the other side should be investigated. Is there a job in
    Mr. Gowdy future? I have heard the President can
    assign a special councel?? So he had no contact
    with or met POTUS while he was in office but now that he is
    out he does?


    • Mr. G says:

      I wonder what hair-style Trey ‘all hat and no cattle” Gowdy chose for todays golf outing?

      I DO NOT trust Trey Gowdy-whose real name is HAROLD WATSON GOWDY III which oughta tell you something


  46. CNN_sucks says:

    The unhinged media has parked their credibility with known liars and partisan hacks like Comey, Brennan and Clapper.

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  47. iconoclast says:

    The fact that the unethical and corrupt Andrew Weissman left Mueller’s team a week or two ago was all I needed to know that total exoneration was forthcoming. Weissman is a brazenly corrupt official who wanted nothing more than to take down Trump. His departure with no smoking gun speaks volumes.

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  48. duchess01 says:

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  49. snellvillebob says:

    So this report is like the result of a lie detector: EIther you are guilty as hell or the results are inconclusive. This means they did not catch you with a lie but you are most likely a liar or you would never have been forced to take the test.

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  50. coltlending says:


    You’re one sick puppy.

    I personally know people on Nadlers List who had nothing to do with any of this because they are so far down the flagpole it’s funny and for the last two years they have been legally and thus financially harassed to no end.

    I hope it happens to you some day.


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