Robert Muller, President Trump, Bill Bar discussed on Mark Levin

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Guys clearing tonight, low sixty nine another chance for showers tomorrow, high eighty four seventy five Reagan national, I'm really fun. Washington's mall, may Al rose underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker, somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. Everybody, Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. I must say all the media I do. This is where I'm the most comfortable. I really am. This is where the most comfortable radio. Man, there's so much to get to. I just figure out how to do this. I can do this. I think I can. We're going to start with Bill bar. And then I'm going to go to address an issue that I talked about some time ago. Little over a year ago. Almost a year ago to the state. That the appointment of Robert Muller was unconstitutional. Professor Calabrese of northwestern law school. Former colleague of mine when we serve attorney general Edwin Meese, he wrote a paper on this. I endorsed his position. I expanded on his position. And we're going to circle back on this. Because I think it's very important. But before we do Bill bar said something that's very, very important. And he was interviewed by Jan Crawford. She actually is a real journalist. She's at CBS, believe it or not. But let's walk through this you and I cut four go when you see some of the criticism and you've gotten quite a bit of it that you're protecting the president that you're enabling the president. What's your response to that? Well, we live in a hyper partisan age where people the longer really pay attention substance of what said, but as to who says, it, what side they're on what it's political ramifications are. Department of Justice is all about the law, and the facts and the substance, and I'm going to make the decisions based on the law on the facts and I realized that's intention with the political climate, we live in, because people are more interested in getting their way politically. So I think it just goes with the territory of being attorney general and hyper partisan period of time. All right. Great point now. Cut five go. We saw the special counsel yesterday. Makes that statement. He analyze eleven instances, where possible obstruction, and then said that he really couldn't make a decision to with that interpretation. I personally felt he could have reached this in your view. He could have reached a conclusion have reached the conclusion of the opinion says, you can indict a president Wali's office, but he could have reached a decision as to, whether it was criminal activity. But he had his reasons for not doing it which he explained and I'm not going to, you know. Argue about those reasons but when he didn't make a decision. The deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein it. I felt it was necessary for us as the heads of, of the department who reached that decision. Well, and he seemed to suggest yesterday that there was another venue for this, and that was congress. Well, I'm not sure what he was suggesting. But, you know, the department of Justice doesn't use our powers of investigating crimes as an adjunct to congress. This man is brilliant. He's right on and honestly, sounds a little like me. Last night on Hannity. I raised a question. I raised a number of questions for Muller. One of the questions I said, if he thought. The president of the United States committed a crime. He couldn't indict them. But why didn't he say, we believe the president United States committed a crime? And here's our probable cause evidence for it. But he didn't do that. In the report, nor did he do it during his standup routine yesterday morning. Let me underscore this point. I'll speak slowly..

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