Trying to Delegitimize the Prosecutor is not Obstruction
Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review | Monday, April 2, 2018 -- 10:21 PM EDT
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McCarthy is in agreement with former Special Prosecutor Ken Starr that Trump's disparaging tweets about Mueller may be unsavory, but are protected speech in our system.

***Article originally appeared in National Review Online***

On their always intriguing podcast Skullduggery, Yahoo News’s Michael Isikoff and Dan Klaidman had Ken Starr as their guest on Friday. That was especially fitting in the wake of the 60 Minutes Stormy Daniels interview. As I pointed out in my column last week, Judge Starr was the special counsel (then called “independent counsel”) whose jurisdiction to investigate the Clintons’ involvement in the Whitewater scheme was expanded in 1998 to include President Clinton’s Monica Lewinsky scandal. Starr is a good person to consult regarding the possibility that today’s special counsel, Robert Mueller, may expand his Russia probe to investigate whether laws were broken in the cover-up of President Trump’s alleged relationship with Daniels (whose real name is Stephanie Clifford). Starr’s erudition, good cheer, and practical experience in the independent-counsel role, coupled with the reporters’ sharp questions, makes the whole interview worth your while. I want to home in, though, on the discussion of obstruction.

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