Barr quite literally said that Trump was not exonerated.
"The Special Counsel states that 'while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also DOES NOT EXONERATE him.’” pic.twitter.com/sA1MSozRBL
— Ryan Hill (@RyanHillMI) March 25, 2019
Barr includes this quote from the Mueller report. “While this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also DOES NOT EXONERATE HIM.”
— Mia Farrow (@MiaFarrow) March 25, 2019
Hey #Trump… If you’re so innocent, how come you fought like an animal not to testify before #Mueller? Is it because you and your lawyers knew it’s impossible to prove obstruction without “intent”…and that without testifying it’s impossible to understand intent? Hmmm…
— Andy Ostroy (@AndyOstroy) March 25, 2019
When the highlight of your presidency is that you did NOT get indicted for conspiring with the Russians you have already lost. #ReleaseTheFullMuellerReport
— (((DeanObeidallah))) (@DeanObeidallah) March 25, 2019
Right, no justification for investigations…
✅ Trump Tower “adoption” lie
✅ Trump Advisor Roger Stone Indicted
✅ Trump Chair Paul Manafort Convicted
✅ Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Pled Guilty
✅ Trump Aide Rick Gates Pled Guilty
✅ Trump NSA Advisor Michael Flynn Pled Guilty
— ♻️🇺🇸 Christopher Zullo (@ChrisJZullo) March 25, 2019
We deserve to see Mueller’s report. Trump said so himself last week. “Let it come out, let people see it,” Trump told reporters last Wednesday.
Awesome. Then surely there’s no harm in releasing the full report.
— Patrick Tillmann (@kingcutie) March 25, 2019
OK…great! So let us all see what's in the full report since there is total and complete exoneration.
— Diane Bellard (@Diane_Bellard) March 25, 2019
Then tell your buddy Barr to release the full and unredacted report and let all of America see for themselves.
— Dan Boland (@DanBoland4) March 25, 2019
At least people are going to prison for lying about something that never happened. 🤔
— GonzoModulo (@GonzoModulo) March 25, 2019
Democrats in the House of Representatives have vowed to get the full story to the American people. It is likely that Barr and Mueller will receive subpoenas to testify before Congress.
Consider too that the Mueller probe’s conclusion is far from the end of Trump’s legal woes. There are still 19 ongoing federal and state investigations into Trump, his businesses, his family, and his associates.