Listen: President And Justice Department discussed on The Frame
"Is is that the president under Justice department policy cannot be indicted, and because the president cannot be indicted. It's unfair to accuse him while he's in office of breaking the law because there's no way for him to go to court to defend himself. So dear American public Muller, essentially says I am not going to make a determination on that issue that could be made after the president leaves office. But for now that would be on fair. So what I will do is. I will lay out for you. What I found what the potential obstruction was why it may be legal and after the president leaves office. The Justice department could make a determination that he indeed broke the law and bring a case in at the end of explaining why a determination was not"