May 02

Fair Play with Trump, Mueller and Rosenstein

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Absent any evidence of a serious crime, the stilted rules of a prosecutor’s interrogation are inappropriate for a proceeding with the President of the United States. Right now, the same is true of Mueller and Rosenstein though for different reasons.

Instead, Cong. Trey Gowdy, a staunch defender of Trump, Muller and Rosenstein, should interview all three men in public forums. If those interviews demonstrate conclusively that any of the three have committed impeachable offenses, let those proceedings go forward. If not, let’s go back to the Nation’s business for the benefit of the people.