Listen: President, Nadler And Justice Department discussed on Buck Sexton
"There was plenty of grounds for obstruction. But the president got bailed out because you know, that's what Republicans are the ones that get bailed out. Not democrats. Sure, buddy. Sure, stay on that one Nadler is on one of the boring CNN shows. But this is what he said about obstruction play eleven thirty general Bill bar. He did reach a conclusion he says there is not sufficient evidence to establish that the president obstructed Justice. Does that end the debate over obstruction of Justice who certainly not especially since attorney general bar before he became attorney general wrote a long memo in which he said that a president could not. Obstruct Justice because the president is the voice of the Justice department and could order it around to instant investigation to eliminate investigation and could not be questioned about that. In other words, he thinks it as a matter of law. A president can't obstruct Justice, which is a very wild and theory to which most people do not. Do not agree. And the fact of the matter is we should see and judge for our selves. And that's for congress to judge whether the president of struck the Justice or not for the public. Ultimately, it's not it's not the bailiwick of the attorney general to no, no, it is not the bay. We could be in"