Former FBI Director James Comey said Thursday that “it sure looks like” there is enough evidence to prosecute President Trump for obstruction of justice based on details laid out in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
Comey, a vocal Trump critic, maintained that there is “no doubt” that Trump would have been charged with obstruction of justice if he were not the president. When asked whether Trump should be prosecuted after his time in office, Comey said the Justice Department would have to take a “serious look” at that.
When asked by CNN anchor Anderson Cooper during a town hall whether the evidence was there to prosecute Trump, Comey responded, “It sure looks like it’s there with respect to at least a couple of those episodes of obstruction.”
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