We looked inside some of the tweets by @HotlineJosh and here's what we found interesting.
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The "Against the Grain" analysis one week *before* the election... https://www.nationaljournal.com/s/644412?unlock=4G8ZGCAPY3MDQIGP …
What the Mueller report portrays, in numbing legalese and revealing footnotes, is a breathtaking culture of lying and impunity, distrust and double-dealing. And Donald Trump is its greatest beneficiary. http://nyer.cm/OEGPLFp
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Well, Yuval Levin vindicated again. https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/the-barr-letter-interlude/ …. The report that compiles and lays out the facts is always more powerful than you expect, even when you feel like you know all the previously reported details.
Of course, the Mueller Report establishes Trump's rather unique badness, but as I note in the essay, badness has no bearing on broader questions of legitimacy. In short, badness and legitimacy should be treated separately in how we assess this presidency: https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/04/muellers-no-collusion-conclusion-good-thing/586909/ …
This part of the Mueller Report seems relevant, for example: "Unlike cases in which a subject engages in obstruction of justice... the evidence we obtained did not establish that the President was involved in an underlying crime related to Russian election interference"
Except the part about how he wasn’t indicted. https://twitter.com/adamparkhomenko/status/1118937424753827842 …
Except Mueller writes that he specifically accepts the OLC guidance that a sitting president can’t be indicted and explains that’s why he would not reach a conclusion even about whether the president’s behavior justified indictment.