Could The President Have Obstructed Justice Without Committing A Crime?
Attorney General William Barr concluded that President Trump did not obstruct justice due to lack of evidence to prove that he committed an underlying crime. Does one have to commit a crime to obstruct justice and is it possible that a sitting president can be indicted? Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson talks with Bloomberg opinion columnist and Harvard University law professor Noah Feldman ( @NoahRFeldman).
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