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Watch: GOP Congressman Screws Up as Mueller Gives Him a Damning Answer Extremely Dangerous to Trump



A three-term Republican Congressman who is a former district attorney asked Robert Mueller a critical question and received an answer he clearly did not expect.

Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) asked the former Special Counsel if a president can be charged with a crime after he leaves office, and received an answer he did not expect.

“Could you charge the president with a crime after he left office?” Congressman Buck asked Mueller.

“Yes,” the former special counsel and former FBI Director replied.

Surprised, Buck tried to clarify to get the answer he assumed he would get.

“You believe you could charge the President of the United States with obstruction of justice after he left office?” he probed.

“Yes,” Director Mueller again replied.

Many on social media cheered.

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Mary Trump Serves Up Three Critical Questions About Her Uncle’s Attack on Voting by Mail



President Donald Trump attacked voting by mail in a White House briefing on Monday.

Trump was asked a question on the topic by a reporter for the far-right cable news network OANN.

Trump threatened an executive order against mail-in voting, but did not provide specifics.

Mary Trump, the president’s psychologist niece who wrote the bestselling book Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, had three key questions:

Read a transcript of Trump’s briefing:


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