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lost in today's noise: Mueller dedicated the first half of his report to narrating the Kremlin’s well-funded, yearslong effort to target American voters with an arsenal of digital weapons and its coinciding mission to make contacts with the Trump campaign.
Andrew & Asha, this is such a key & underdiscussed point, for the lay person: Can you explain more, please, about the origin of this DOJ framework, how Mueller addresses it, & how this is the “hinge” of the report functioning as a referral to Congress, for impeachment. Thank you.
THREAD. Yes, this is a very important point and I'll try to explain here the legal underpinnings of Mueller's decision not to come to a conclusion on whether Trump obstructed justice. The implication is that such a decision ought to be determined, at least in part, by Congress:
Mueller report documents that White House flatly lied to cover up fact that Trump made the decision to fire Comey. First screen cap: Trump makes decision. Second screen cap: Trump tries to get Rosenstein to say it was his decision. He refuses, but WH spox says it publicly.