He also made clear it is up to Congress to decide on Trump's fate:
“We concluded that Congress has authority to prohibit a president’s corrupt use of his authority in order to protect the integrity of the administration of justice," the report says, according to Bloomberg.
A key takeaway from the introduction to the obstruction section.
Mueller declined to make a traditional prosecutorial decision in part because justice department policy is the President can not be indicted pic.twitter.com/3hrhz9Jfqd
— kadhim (＾ｰ^)ノ (@kadhimshubber) April 18, 2019
Mueller report: "Because we determined not to make a traditional prosecutorial judgment, we did not draw ultimate conclusions about the President’s conduct (on obstruction)."
— Ken Dilanian (@KenDilanianNBC) April 18, 2019
Breaking on @MSNBC: NBC's @JuliaEAinsley reports that, according to the report, Robert Mueller did consult the Office of Legal Counsel opinion that you cannot indict a sitting president. She notes that that counters what Barr said earlier.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) April 18, 2019
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