Not the original poster but I do agree a bit with him. The case for Obstruction of Justice looks pretty bad for Trump but a lot will depend on Corey's testimony. Is there enough for a prosecutor to prosecut? Is it in the interests of the country to do so? Will the Republicans put party before country like they did in Iran/Contra? Lot of questions. A lot also depends on public opinion. A lot depends on how the midterms go. *NM*

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