former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti is suggesting the president to be “extremely concerned” about Robert Mueller’s investigation into obstruction of justice.
Mariotti stated,”I would be extremely concerned if I were the President. I think at this point I would be very surprised if Robert Mueller didn’t conclude that the President obstructed justice. There’s a lot of evidence out there and tweets are just one form of communication.”
“There’s a lot of evidence the President had an intent to obstruct or impede the special counsel’s investigation, and he took more concrete actions than just tweeting. He fired James Comey, he tried to pressure the Attorney General to un-recuse himself, he wasn’t concerned about conflicts of interest in that circumstance. I think those are very concerning and Mueller should be using all of the President’s thoughts and words and actions when evaluating his intent.”