May

20

 Here are the official links to part I and part II of the Mueller report.

Not strictly to do with markets, but what on the site is these days?

Stefan Jovanovich writes: 

If telling people with badges and law degrees that you do not want to talk to them is "obstruction of Justice", then Trump is guilty. That is clearly Mueller and his minions' reading of "the law". They found it impossible to state that conclusion in their report because they could not get Trump to say anything at all while being directly interrogated. Obstruction is the new catch-all crime, even better than conspiracy. With conspiracy you have to make positive statements; with obstruction you can answer "I do not recall" and be found guilty because someone else has a recollection that proves you could have recalled or in the first, fifth or sixteenth answer to the same question you said something that was a recollection. There is no reason to volunteer to say anything, ever, to the people who can put you away if they want to. 


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