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Robert Mueller: President Donald Trump Could Be Indicted After Leaving Office | All In | MSNBC

47 Comments on "Robert Mueller: President Donald Trump Could Be Indicted After Leaving Office | All In | MSNBC"

  1. Baby Donnie’s incoherent rants against Mueller and then claiming “victory” is yet another sign of the level of incompetence this feckless Moron-in-Chief demonstrates to the world EVERY SINGLE DAY…

  2. Talk Blocked | July 24, 2019 at 10:23 PM | Reply

    The pos criminal should definitely be indicted after he leaves office, but he ALSO has to be IMPEACHED. The traitor has soiled that office beyond repair, and if Congress doesn’t impeach, Congress will become forever complicit in that.

    • quietman356 123455 | July 25, 2019 at 12:20 AM | Reply

      Put those on the shelf next to the Mueller Report , Avanotti, Stormy , Access Hollywood, and Mueller himself.

    • Chris Daniel | July 25, 2019 at 12:39 AM | Reply

      I hope he “soils” the office for 4 more years.

    • Angel Martell | July 25, 2019 at 1:03 AM | Reply

      Talk Blocked shoulda coulda woulda, you sound like the opinionated left after mueller tells them (no,yes,referring to report). He said sure charges (could) be brought against him. Much like his other answers, he never said yes they should or must. Even then I have a feeling Trump will skate through that as well. Did you miss the part when mueller said, the report does not find a crime to indite? Even if he could bring charges he didn’t have a crime to do so….that’s what it means. You should be happy your president isn’t a Russian agent.

    • Sorry snow flake, not gonna happen, 4 more years, go to your safe room and keep on crying

  3. Individual number one is a multiple felon and possibly the biggest liar on the planet. He can be voted out and crushed.

    • payday heist | July 25, 2019 at 7:49 AM | Reply

      I dislike Trump but where is the evidence of that? The mueller report said no concpiracy, and they didn’t have sufficent evidence for a guilty charge. (A sitting president can’t be formally charged but Mueller still could have found him guilty)

      I hate his personality as much as the next senseable man, but I also belive in innocence until proven guilty, and this can be classified as defamation in some states depending on the intent of the wording.

  4. puzzle factory | July 24, 2019 at 10:43 PM | Reply

    The revenge of Mr. Magoo.

  5. Dictator Orange Baby Man | July 24, 2019 at 11:05 PM | Reply

    Could you charge a president with a crime after he left office”


    “You believed that he committed (oops) you could charge the president of the United States with obstruction of justice after he left office?”


    Thanks Rob Mueller

    • @Dictator Orange Baby Man “key word” is “could”… It’s a possibility, just like you could get strike by lightning but that doesn’t mean you will… 😂

    • stephen hansen | July 25, 2019 at 4:08 AM | Reply

      @Mooz yba If you could charge someone with the crime being discussed. That means there is enough evidence that he committed that crime.

  6. martin Feliciano | July 24, 2019 at 11:06 PM | Reply

    Dems could be right. If Putin helped build R military R wages R jobs. Lower R taxes R corruption R unemployment R food stamps.

  7. Robert Mueller, is the *best* ‘witch hunter’ ever.


  8. I like Robert Mueller. He is HONEST something the reps and the dems know nothing of. He’s served his country GOOD and he’s a good man, an honest man. Reminds me of Abe Lincoln. I thought they treated this man who is FAIR so terrible. I tell you those in the WH have become the most corrupt people I have ever seen. The Dems are no better. Robert we thank you for your service to this country. I thank you for keeping your cool (as always) even as they treated you so badly. You would have made a GREAT president.

    • Cherylllm , he was unprepared, he knew a longgggggg time ago the there was Nothing there, he-been dragging his feet for a year.. now someone call Joan Lundon, she’ll help him find a Place For Mom

    • You sound so ignorant? Why are they showing what you already know? And did you listen to the question asked to him? “Could a president be charged with a crime after he leaves office? ” Not can Donald Trump be charged for these crimes ( which are none) after he leaves office… Also no one can has to power to exonerate anyone in the US, not the house, senate, supreme court or even the president… So why would Muller paint it as he could exonerate him but he didn’t? Wake up!!! This had been a waste of time and money!

    • Everyone who tried to spin Muellers findings, trying to turn a investigation into a illegal spy conspiracy needs to go. Trump sucked the morals out of the Republican Party. They are so scared of a tweet they sold their souls.

    • @Mooz yba if nobody can exonerate him then why does Trump say everyday Mueller’s report completely exonerated him. Trump finacial crimes in the state of Mew York is what is going to put Trump away. They have proof he illegally inflated his assets to get a loan then deflated his assets for taxes. That’s 2 felonies.

    • @JB Trump can say it’s an exoneration in the sense that, he wasn’t found guilty of any crime, when everyone was expecting otherwise. That’s all… Also the case for obstruction of Justice is very weak because none of his actions impeded Muller to do what he was supposed to do.

  9. Marcellino Sananto | July 24, 2019 at 11:38 PM | Reply


  10. Contact your representatives, tell them you demand an impeachment inquiry NOW.. dudes a criminal…

  11. Trolls are out in force. They seem to only show up now when they know just how bad this was for trump!

    • Who are the trolls? You or the people that pay you? Big takeaway is that Robert Mueller didn’t write this MUELLER REPORT. He didn’t even know who Glen Simpson was. Confused the whole time it was read to him. Explain that.

    • quietman356 123455 | July 25, 2019 at 12:22 AM | Reply

      It was bad. Your champion was shown to be a weak, confused doddering old man who did nt even know the basics of his own report.

    • even democrats admit this was a total disaster, the impeachment that you snow flakes dream of is not happening

    • Bonn Luedkie | July 25, 2019 at 9:57 AM | Reply

      Well we will see when Barr gets done with Killary, Obama, Comey, Lynch and all the other illegal actors of the Demonic-rats party.

    • i wish the dislike button worked… this was an absolute disaster for the liberals, you are literally so ignorant if you think this is remotely a plus. this is most certainly not a step towards impeaching your president donald trump. im annoyed.

  12. martin Feliciano | July 25, 2019 at 12:26 AM | Reply

    If Joe Biden could get Hillary to run his State Dept she could use her old servers

  13. Reena K Blas | July 25, 2019 at 12:51 AM | Reply

    Yes, I’ve been looking those words ” twisted beyond recognition”. Thats what Barr did to the Muiller report.🤔

  14. Lazaro torres | July 25, 2019 at 12:53 AM | Reply

    Jail for Triumph.

  15. He could say more but Trump and his loyalists threatened him very badly that he was choosing his words carefully and giving less details.

  16. Australian News | July 25, 2019 at 2:08 AM | Reply

    Could you charge the president with a crime after he leaves office ? Mueller , YES.
    Could the president be charged with obstruction after he leaves office ? Mueller , YES.

    • typical framing of the question… “Could the president be charged with obstruction after he leaves office ?”
      question should have been: “Should the president be charged with obstruction after he leaves office ?”

    • @Mooz yba Then WHY when to report was first released , Was Trump shouting , I’ve been totally EXONERATED. Even though he wasn’t.

    • @stephen hansen look this question is calculated. Everyone excepted Muller to provide the road map to Impeachment, now that it’s not the case they want to distract you with the possibility of charging him after he leaves office. Of course you “could” charge of any crimes after he leaves office but that doesn’t mean he committed a crime … If he did, he would get impeached, trust me! Also there’s video where they asked him if Trump obstructed Justice and he said “there’s not enough evidence to prove that he did”… So is innocent until proven guilty! Anyone with common sense knows Muller didn’t write the report and we didn’t learn anything new today.

    • @Jake1995 a stupid man is one who only look at one side of the story and make the conclusion. What media doesn’t show you is that they asked Muller of Trump committed a crime, and he said he can’t prove it, could just say no he didn’t? No they just want to keep dragging this until next year’s election.

      call me stupid all you want! Doesn’t change the fact that this was a waste of time and money. You only need to watch 30 minutes of this hearing to know Muller didn’t write this report.

    • @007 007 you get it!!

  17. here to mine me some salts!

  18. He is a prosecutor. His job is to recommend to the court that a crime has been committed. If it is YES , then he charges them and it goes to court. If the answer is NO, then he is done and he is discharged. This $hit show has cost $30 million dollars and this is what we wasted money on. Just wait folks. One day the State will go after you. Then you’ll have a different view of Robert Mueller

  19. Don’t be distracted by Trump’s 3-card-monte antics.

    The key to guaranteeing that America’s foundational principles are restored after 2020 and the stench of the Trump Administration is power-washed away is to defeat the following Republican Senators.

    They are the final line of defense for a miscreant #45 President because they will never support a finding of GUILTY during Trump’s impeachment trial. FIRE THEM in 2020.
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    Dan Sullivan, Alaska
    Martha McSally, Arizona
    Tim Cotton, Arkansas
    Cory Gardener, Colorado
    David Perdue, Georgia
    Jim Risch, IO
    Joni Ernst, IA
    Pat Roberts, KS
    Mitch McConnell, KY
    Bill Cassidy, LA
    Susan Collins, ME
    Cindy Hyde-Smith, MS
    Steve Daines, MT
    Ben Sasse, NA
    Thom Tillis, NC
    Jim Inhofe, OK
    Lindsey Graham, SC
    Mike Rounds, SD
    Lamar Alexander, TN
    John Cornyn, TX
    Shelley Moore Capito, WV
    Mike Enzi, WY

  20. TheSouthernhumanity4 | July 25, 2019 at 11:15 AM | Reply

    This is doo-doo.

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