Starr argues for President Trump’s team that impeachment should be a measure of last resort.
Former Independent Counsel Ken Starr, whose work was the basis for the impeachment of Bill Clinton, said that Wednesday’s House impeachment hearings demonstrated no crime — unlike in the cases of Bill Clinton and Richard Nixon. Therefore, the Senate will not vote too convict. Now, I know what everyone says, that this is a political process and the Constitution does not require a crime to
Former Special Prosecutor Ken Starr said Thursday that he does not believe Trump’s purported statements to ex-FBI Director James Comey amount to obstruction of Justice. Obstruction of Justice is really a very hard crime to make out. It’s not just, you want the investigation to go away, you suggested the investigation goes away, you’ve got to take really affirmative action. Starr noted that Trump was