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Now that we have (most) of the Mueller report. What now?
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Now that we’ve had a few days to digest the Mueller report, we have a better understanding of the decisions that were made. Not all of the investigation decisions may have been the right ones. And as many of the questions that the Mueller Report answered, it opened new questions. And the biggest question is “what next?”

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  1. LegalEagle

    If learning about foreign interference and obstruction of justice gets you down, help give to charity: https://tab.gladly.io/legaleagle

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  2. Telma Garcia

    Estonses.todos.estis sin coruptos maldoso al paiz

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  3. Nancy Duermeier

    We waited so long for Mueller's report, I felt deflated when it came. Barr redacted so much and interfered to an insane degree, it seemed as though we couldn't touch Loser 45! It was such a disappointment!! We waited months for nothing!!!

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  4. Derschleifer

    Stop calling sb with a ue = ü in there name like sombody with a u

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  5. Ignition [FR] n2

    0:55 – Chapter 1 – There are uncharted waters, in a legal sense . Did Mueller get it right ?
    1:35 – Chapter 2 – What about the statute of limitations during a sitting president tenure in office ?
    4:40 – Chapter 3 – Regarding evidence of obstruction of justice what is Mueller degree of certainty ?
    6:50 – Chapter 4 – How did Barr come to a "No Obstruction" determination ?
    7:55 – Chapter 5 – Who's behind all of the redactions ?
    9:50 – Chapter 6 – Why didn't mueller interview the president ?
    13:20 – Chapter 7 – What are the next steps ?
    16:05 – End roll ads

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  6. Mireille Lebeau

    My point of view is that the Muller report has made Trump look innocent and the real victim of a witch hunt orchestrated by the media.
    Some times what a report says and what is the perception of the public are two very different things.

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  7. Philip Hall

    Can’t wait to see a video on the Durham report when it comes out.

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  8. Karin Dennis

    So now that Trump is leaving office, can they prosecute? Do we know if there’s a statute of limitations and what it is?

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  9. DARTH HULKA-BURGER

    Mueller Investigation = A Big Waste of Time. Why? 1) Because we all knew that the Senate wasn't going to Impeach. 2) Mueller was as evasive as TrumpCo…it was lmost like Mueller approached every question like HE was the Defendant, like he was invoking the 5th. Everytime.

    Mueller had a chance to make a difference & get a lot of these unanswered questions about abuse of power settled. He could've also 'done the right thing' by taking a stand & calling out what EVERY perso on the Planet knew was bad behavior by Trump.

    Instead…Mueller just acted like a bureaucrat who wants to knock off at 5 O'Clock. He punted…He let down his Country – BIG TIME.

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  10. Jason Souvannarath

    I know this is old. but….

    Objection! Bill barr is lying through his teeth. His cadence, his mannerisms, though I cannot see them, and his overall tone and hesitation give it away. I doubt very highly that he asked Robert Muler in person about the OLC memo, much less multiple times. If so, wouldn't once be enough? Bill Barr is fishing for the answers that his boss, trump, wants. That OLC memo was just a suggestion about Nixon. It doesn't, nor should it, apply to anybody else.

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  11. Andrew B.

    Barr misled Congress by stating he didn't know what Mueller thought about his letter though it came out later that Mueller had made his opinions clear and lied to the American people over whether tear gas was used on the protestors at Lafayette Park. At this point if Barr told me his shit stank, I'd need a second opinion.

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  12. Dawn Nightinger

    Mueller was right for the wrong reasons. It's not that it couldn't happen, it's that it wouldn't happen.

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  13. Alfred Gomez

    Wasn’t mueller that bumbling and senile old man that can’t answer questions because they are beyond his intelligence ( oh I mean purview) lol

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  14. Lord Ba’al

    Mmm yes. Next steps… That'd be… 'Nothing'.

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  15. Artymowski

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  16. floyd burney

    ……This guy is the Lionel Hutz (Simpson's) of LA Lawyers. A 17-minute video & 12 minutes of it is torcher of the English language.

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  17. Jessie Joy

    Just because trump couldn’t be indicted did not mean that mueller couldn’t have come to a conclusion. In fact he didn’t even mention this with the conspiracy charge, he did come to a conclusion. Investigations are NEVER done to exonerate, they are done to deem guilt or not guilty (because not guilty = innocence in USA). So muellers “conclusion “ on obstruction was a joke…..oh and there were 0 next steps little eagles lol.

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  18. Darko Vignjevic

    Objection! Mullers decission not to interview a person who is considered a pathological liar and would deliberately do anything to save his skin is quite sound.

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  19. Ron Kidd

    I have listened to several of your commentaries and I can see you are a closet liberal. [most attorneys are]. Being a constitutional conservative, I really find it hard to believe you are impartial. The law IS the law, however, the way it is explained can lead some people astray. Place yourself in Judge Kavanaugh's shoes and tell me you wouldn't be a bit P.O.'d and telling the audience to give more credence to Ford's statements. It's not testimony when it can't be verified, otherwise, any accusation I make truthful or not can destroy someone's life. There are four attorneys in my family, all but one are left wing liberals. It's hard to have a discussion with them.

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  20. Clint Lavender

    Seems like a fair thing to ask is what laws did Mueller say were broken? If none ID'ed then Obstruction falls apart… Obstruction needs a crime.

    Also-
    Senator Collins asked "At any time during the investigation, was your investigation curtailed or stopped … or hindered?”

    “No.”- Mueller
    Seems like that should be mentioned if this was unbiased commentary.

    Prolly shows LegalEagles Bias.. It would have been nice to see LegalEagle comment on the new legal conclusion "Not exonerated"

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  21. regierbuddy204

    I think S.O.L is 7 years in canada instead of 5 can anyone confirm that tho? I am not 100%

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  22. MrJohndoakes

    15:05 When impeachment was mentioned. Eight months later, Trump was impeached by the House.

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  23. Thomas Atkinson

    How about you tell your audience about the fact that every major donor made to the law firm you are associated with (Barnes & Thornburg LLP), are democrat government politicians and lobbyists?
    Slightly bias, bigbird??
    Sorry "big bird" but you can't expect people to take you seriously on a political issue such as this when you are clearly bias. A judge with your level of bias on this matter would recuse himself immediately.

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  24. zachirie66

    so thats it. cannot indite a sitting prez so trump is above the law?

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  25. Ian

    Wait, wouldn't his reelection be fruits of the crime? How would the statute of limitations apply, when the reason he can't be charged is because he's benefitting from that crime? Is this broken?

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  26. TimoleanJ

    objection: That tie is too fly. It causes video artifacts at 3:29 (watch his hands).

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  27. Snowshowslow

    "I'm not sure that this justice department deserves the benefit of the doubt"… As a lawyer, that has to hurt.

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  28. Kyle Schaff

    The House has proposed a bill that would set the date of any crime the president could have committed to be the day s/he leaves office—statute of limitations can’t start up while in office.

    https://govtrackinsider.com/no-president-is-above-the-law-act-would-end-a-presidents-ability-to-run-out-the-clock-on-a-819fb1cfbcf1

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  29. Kyle Schaff

    Hold on, I get this whole thing about there being no criminal cases being brought forward while the individual is in the office of the presidency, but then that someone could be in office for two terms and then potential crimes s/he may have done go past the statute of limitations is crazy to me. Personally, I’m not certain I’d ever want a statute of limitations placed on anything the president does while acting in that position. If we found out something like Carter bribing Democrats with meth, kittens, personal blowjobs, and one personal get-out-of-jail-free murder pardon card for support on his healthcare plan, I’d hope that we could still seek justice—even 40 years after the fact. I feel like there must be a difference when it’s the most public of public officials during their most public time in their life and most everything is kept on one record or another.

    I wish the Framers were a bit less ambiguous with this kind of stuff. Like, that they had another document that acted as an extension to clarify specific applications and rules for the federal government. Like, for what’s going on today, I wish the Framers wrote about what classifies an impeachable offense more specifically than two examples, and then set up a specific process in which offenses could be added to that kind of a list (and help us handle anything that may seem a bit ad hoc, since a lot of this stuff comes up unprecedented). I really like the sentiment of writing very general rules, and we can adapt and evolve them as we go, I just wish they gave us methodologies that left no room for interpretation in terms of how the federal government should regulate itself.

    EDIT: Found that the House has proposed a bill that would make it so that the start of the statute of limitations clock doesn’t begin until after the president is replaced.

    https://govtrackinsider.com/no-president-is-above-the-law-act-would-end-a-presidents-ability-to-run-out-the-clock-on-a-819fb1cfbcf1

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  30. Luke C.

    When are you going to get to the 302's that the foia from buzzfeed/CNN got? Thank you for this channel.

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  31. emily exe

    Quick question, do you think Stella will ever be put on John Oliver's canine Supreme Court? I think this should be a serious conversation.

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  32. Alan Rosen

    Mueller was given bad instructions to run his investigation. He ran it as a criminal investigation and made judgments toward guilt, neither of which should have been done. An impeachment trial is neither a criminal nor civil trial. It falls under the auspices of "administrative adjudication" where the worst that can happen is loss of your job. This is similar to what any civil servant would be subject to for misbehavior while under protection of a union. The rules of evidence, scope of witness statements, and degree of proof are very different. It is presided over by someone who is not a trial judge. Wrong conclusions in the report!! US Constitution Article 1, Section 3, last paragraph strongly infers an impeachment must precede a criminal indictment. This would be the basis of the Justice Dept policy.

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  33. That80sGuy1972

    Redacted info is easy to make into a lie.
    Let me demonstrate.
    Suppose I have a factual document that is rock solid that says this:
    Mr. Smith is innocent of the crime if applied directly. He orchestrated the crime and that crime is of rape and murder of Jane Doe out of sheer revenge. He has no reason to be considered innocent in any way as Doug Doe did the deed but Mr. Smith has the motive.
    Mr. Smith is innocent of the crime XX XXXXXXX XXXXXXXX. XX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXX XXXXX XXX XXX XXXXX XX of rape and murder of Jane Doe XXX XX XXXXX XXXXXXX. He has XX reason to be considered innocent XX XXX XXX as Doug Doe did the deed XXX XXX XXXXX XXX XXX XXXXXX.
    Redacting is not that obvious but the motive is exactly the same.

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  34. That80sGuy1972

    Redacted info is easy to make into a lie.
    Let me demonstrate.
    Suppose I have a factual document that is rock solid that says this:
    Mr. Smith is innocent of the crime if applied directly. He orchestrated the crime and that crime is of rape and murder of Jane Doe out of sheer revenge. He has no reason to be considered innocent in any way as Doug Doe did the deed but Mr. Smith has the motive.
    Mr. Smith is innocent of the crime XX XXXXXXX XXXXXXXX. XX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXX XXXXX XXX XXX XXXXX XX of rape and murder of Jane Doe XXX XX XXXXX XXXXXXX. He has XX reason to be considered innocent XX XXX XXX as Doug Doe did the deed XXX XXX XXXXX XXX XXX XXXXXX.
    Redacting is not that obvious but the motive is exactly the same.

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  35. Ajc 7575

    Everyone in my class was using tab for a cause so some people sent the link around, I downloaded it because the school uses some tech and we were opening a lot of tabs. Our teachers banned it.
    Why would you ban a way to give money to charity?

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  36. Thomas Bateman

    Wouldn't you be able to get an extension for the statute of limitations because of the time where he isn't allowed to be brought up on charges?

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  37. Rick Baker

    You should cover whether Comey committed perjury.

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  38. Colin Campbell

    Mueller never had a say in the report he never wrote it

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