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Graham: Mueller Has Concluded There is No Obstruction of Justice Case

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., no fan of President Trump, says special counsel Robert Mueller must have concluded there is no obstruction of justice case against Trump, because if he thought there was, he wouldn’t let his “star witness” James Comey testify before Congress.

I don’t know if this is correct, but I do know that Graham is not the kind of Republican who would reflexively defend Trump. He’s not a partisan and Trump has gone after him and his close Senate friend, John McCain, in a personal manner. Rather, Graham would be one of the first to go if Republicans ever decide, as they did with Richard Nixon, that they could no longer support the president against impeachment.

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One Response to Graham: Mueller Has Concluded There is No Obstruction of Justice Case

  1. This is odd.

    But, didn’t Trump and Miss Lindsey have a sit down over the Obama Admin spying on Graham. Maybe that is true and is something that has changed the landscape.

    Interesting comment re. Republicans turning against Trump as they did Nixon. I am not sure the Rep Party would survive that.