On ABC Trump brought up Article II of the Constitution, which he claimed gave him the authority to fire the special counsel and "do whatever I want."
A large majority of voters, or 57 percent, believe Trump "committed crimes before he took office," according to a Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday.
Paul Rosenzweig, a former counsel to Kenneth Starr, believes Trump's current attempts to assert executive privilege are unconstitutional.
Roiphe writes that in his response to the report, Barr "did much to undermine the purpose of the special counsel and reverse the careful work of Mueller."
Former prosecutors say the Mueller Report shows Trump committed acts "that satisfy all elements for an obstruction charge" including "corrupt intent."
The nearly universal view of law enforcement rejects Barr's narrow view of obstruction and interprets the plain meaning of the federal statute as written.
Napolitano recites episode after episode from the Mueller Report -- "That's obstruction!" -- before confessing that he is deeply disappointed in the president.
Former White House counsel Don McGahn was a key witness in Mueller's investigation. According to the Mueller report, Trump ordered him to fire Mueller in 2017.
Feedback With the release of the redacted Mueller report, Americans can be grateful that their president did not so blatantly violate any law that the special counsel felt compelled to indict him. Really. It’s better ...
Responses from top Republican leaders show nothing Trump does — despite hundreds of pages of evidence — will cause them to abandon the party line.
The Mueller Report shows that Trump had motive, method, and many opportunities to obstruct justice, exactly as Nixon did.
Colbert interprets the ever-shifty Trump: “No obstruction. It says so right in the document -- and if you try to see the document, I’m going to obstruct you.”