How to be more intimidating
President Donald Trump has repeatedly called for the Russian investigation to go away, yet he appears unable to stop talking about it.
And by doing so, say legal experts, he is putting himself in jeopardy over a possible obstruction of justice charge.
In establishing obstruction of justice it is necessary to prove that corrupt intent was present.
But even with that caveat, Trump’s latest remarks about the matter hardly help his attempts to show that he did not try to interfere in the FBI’s investigation into possible collusion between Russia and his campaign.“You’re basically conceding all the elements of the offense except for intent,” Zeidenberg said. To say that it’s not fatal isn’t the same as saying it’s at all helpful or constructive.
Trump (@real Donald Trump) June 22, 2017 After Fox News host Ainsley Earhardt suggested that sending the tweet was a smart way of making Comey “stay honest” during his Senate testimony earlier this month, Trump responded, “Well, it wasn’t very stupid, I can tell you that."He added: “He did admit that what I said was right, and if you look further back before he heard about that I think maybe he wasn’t admitting that.” Friday.
“He’s trying to affect the testimony of a witness, which you’re not supposed to do.”Indeed, it could well be seen, as former Barack Obama White House ethics czar Norm Eisen has said, as an attempt to intimidate a witness.
Related: Watch Trump explain why he sent Comey tapes tweet and see if you understand.
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