Listen: Don Mcgann, Muller And Michael Flynn discussed on Sean Hannity
"To secure methods and sources, which just general it can't release. Grand jury information innocent people's names at cetera. Now, remember the letter the Bill bar the attorney general's put out ever remember what he said, he said as the report states, and he quotes the Muller report. The investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities. Okay. You can't be. There's no ambiguity. That's not bars interpretation. So we want the whole report what about obstruction? Now, we got a little. Insight from law and crime. Apparently, I always thought it was dumb that the White House counsel. Don, Mcgann, it's been thirty hours in front of Muller. What if that's not privileged? I don't know. What would be? And nobody knew what he said. Basically, I got finished being yelled at for two years. Well, that might be some insight into what Don Mcgann said. So Don Mcgann. All right. Let's say that Don Mcgann said we need to fire Robert Mueller. Okay. That's not obstruction. We need a fire Komi. Well, you can fire Komi for any reason. Or no reason at all. According to call me, or I hope Michael Flynn doesn't get in trouble. That'd be terrible. No because Michael Flynn is facing jail sentence perhaps for line of the they didn't stop what did he stop? And here's the interesting thing in the letter the bar wrote. He said over the course of the investigation. We've engaged the office. They've been ongoing discussions with department officials regarding the legal and factual matters. At issue in the special counsels obstruction investigation after reviewing the special counsel's final report consulting with department officials officer legal counsel, applying the principles of federal prosecution that guide our decisions the attorney general nyc concluded evidence developed during the special counsel investigation is not sufficient with stabs the president committed any obstruction of Justice. And"