The upbeat head of the FBI, James Howe, has trouble wrapping his head around the decision of special lawyer Robert Mueller not to blame or release President Trump from impeding justice.
Haiy told an audience at Belk Theater in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Tuesday night, according to NBC News.
"I have a lot of faith in Bob Muller, but I just can not figure out why he did not solve these issues when the whole rationale for a special adviser is to make sure politicians do not make the key tax choices," he added. former director of the FBI
Amy watched the Russian investigation before being fired by Trump in May 2017
While speaking on Tuesday, he not only questioned Muller's decision to remain a mum on the issue of obstacles but also about the election made by Chief Prosecutor William Bar and Deputy Advocate kata. General Rod Rosenstein not to prosecute the charges.
"The idea that obstacles to obstacles are somehow undermined by the lack of evidence of major crime is not my experience of 40 years when we do this or the Ministry of Justice tradition," heymi said. ̵
In his letter, Bar states that investigators working with the Russian probe did not find any evidence of obstruction. He writes that "in order to receive and maintain a verdict for an obstacle, the government will have to prove beyond reasonable doubt that a person acting with a corrupt intent is involved in impeding behavior."
Amy tried to remain positive for Muller's findings . on Tuesday night – telling attendees that "he does not hope for a concrete result."
"The good part is that the special lawyer was allowed to complete his work and came to a conclusion," Howie said, noting how "Very, very important to this country."
"The Russians really did interfere significantly in the 2016 elections in order to harm one candidate and help the other," the former continued. – That was not a scam. It was a real thing. "
Amy has to appear on NBC Nightly News on Wednesday to discuss the results of the Russian investigation. He says he has not yet seen Muller's report.