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On Tuesday during a press gaggle, President Donald Trump responded to comments made by his Attorney General William Barr.

Barr told ABC News that Trump's incessant tweeting made his job harder.

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The term coup is not one that has applied in the United States since the Revolutionary War period. While the US history books may refer to the creation of the USA as a revolution, the British Empire could have called it a coup.

There was no legal method of removing the British from power in the colonial era and the word coup means:

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While Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee were looking for answers, it was clear President Donald Trump's former campaign manager had an entirely different agenda. The purpose of the House inquiry was to investigate potential obstruction of justice by the President.

However Corey Lewandowski—who was fired by the Trump camp in the spring of 2016—took the opportunity to get back in the good graces of Trump in advance of his own political campaign. Lewandowski is planning a 2020 Senate run, hoping to unseat Democrat Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire and launched his campaign website as part of his congressional testimony.

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The House Judiciary Committee began hearings on the Mueller report on Monday. A list of legal experts in prosecution were called to testify including Former U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance who now works as a law professor at the university of Alabama.

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During his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, Attorney General William Barr insisted that President Donald Trump ordering his underlings to lie to Special Counsel Robert Mueller did not meet the definition of obstruction of justice.

Mueller outlined in his report that Trump had instructed then-White House Counsel Don McGahn to deny that he had ordered McGahn to fire Mueller:

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President Donald Trump may believe that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report determined there was "no collusion" and "no obstruction," but now even Fox News is breaking with him on the latter.

On Wednesday, Andrew Napolitano, a former judge and Fox News legal analyst, opined that Mueller came to the conclusion that Trump "probably committed the crime of obstruction of justice but probably should not be charged for them... that's a real head scratcher, is the president above the law?"

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President Donald Trump may believe that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report determined there was "no collusion" and "no obstruction," but now even Fox News is breaking with him on the latter.

On Wednesday, Andrew Napolitano, a former judge and Fox News legal analyst, opined that Mueller came to the conclusion that Trump "probably committed the crime of obstruction of justice but probably should not be charged for them... that's a real head scratcher, is the president above the law?"

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