Allman In The Morning: Judge Napolitano Says Trump Should NOT Talk To Mueller
ST. LOUIS —
The latest development in the investigation of alleged Russian meddling with the 2016 Presidential Election has word that President Donald Trump may testify before Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
If Judge Andrew Napolitano had things his way, there would be no way Trump would ever talk to Mueller. Judge Nap talked to the Allman In The Morning show Tuesday morning on FM News Talk 97.1 FM about that and the latest talk about trying to use the 25th Amendment to oust Trump from the Oval Office.
Judge Nap says he was never a fan of the 25th Amendment since it was enacted when he was younger, saying it could basically amount to a "legalized coup" against the elected representative of the people.
Judge Nap also talked about possible testimony before Mueller, saying it can only end badly for the president because Mueller will be able to get an indictment no matter what. Judge Nap points out that since Mueller is the Special Counsel, that would be like talking to the prosecuting attorney in a case.
He says Mueller has access to more information than Trump and his lawyers, and that Mueller and his team can twist anything Trump says into something worth getting something that has never happened in U.S. history; the criminal indictment of a sitting President.
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