What past attempts to impeach a President for obstruction of justice reveal about the meaning and outcome of Robert Mueller’s investigation.
The evidence in the Mueller report certainly rises to substantial and credible information that President Trump obstructed justice. So why didn’t Robert Mueller state that there may be a basis for impeachment?
In many ways, has been close to the epicenter of unhinged media recklessness on the Trump/Russia story, which is why it's great to see this sober, thoughtful, careful analysis of collusion, obstruction & Barr from Harvard Law Prof
Jeannie Suk Gersen () is consistently one of the best writers on legal affairs in the popular media. Here, she very reasonably cuts through a lot of the nonsense around Mueller, Barr, and obstruction
The latest from #PDSoros’s ⁦⁩ for the ⁦:⁩ Robert Mueller’s and William Barr’s “Baby” and the History of Presidential Obstruction | The New Yorker
“At this point, it is our baby. This leaves us with the genuinely difficult question of whether Trump’s obstruction of justice [alone] is good grounds for his impeachment.” - ⁦⁩, with my interpolation
, awesome law prof, on mueller, obstruction, and impeachment. her reasonableness dampens my fires a bit, but she's one of the best, so you have to pay attention
My piece in Robert Mueller’s and William Barr’s “Baby” and the History of Presidential Obstruction
Probably the most important quote in the entire collusion investigation. This explainer provides everything anyone needs to know on the subject in exactly the right tone — well informed bemusement at an absurd ongoing farce