The redacted Mueller Report is public, and the Special Counsel decided only to detail examples of obstruction evidence against Trump rather than formally charge him, pointing to DOJ rules that prohibit prosecutors from charging a sitting president. MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber explains how Attorney General Barr was incorrect and misled the public on obstruction in his earlier press conference, and how Mueller wrote his report with the likely goal of Congress using the evidence to provide further oversight of the president.
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