Writes Matthew Walther on Obstruction is the new collusion inThe Week:

“Obstruction of justice is the new, even lamer sequel to collusion.”

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“Instead we have moved in the space of about five minutes from theorizing about Trump’s 30-plus years of experience working for the KGB to arguing that his unwillingness to pretend that he really enjoyed having his presidency undermined for half of his first term was a pleasant experience makes him guilty of something called ‘obstruction of justice.’ “

“What kind of person do you have to be to spend two years insisting on the basis of no evidence whatsoever that a crime occurred and then, virtually the minute your baseless assertions are proven false, start banging on about how the suspect’s attempts to prove himself innocent are themselves criminal?”

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