Any obstruction of justice by Trump goes to intent, says former aide to special counsel Mueller


08 Jun 2017

John P. Carlin discussed the circumstances that are considered in obstruction of justice cases during his appearance on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” “Whether or not someone obstructs justice look at their intent: Were they corruptly trying to influence an investigation?” he said.

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