Turley on Mueller Probe: ‘Not a Strong, Credible Case of Crime’ Emerging

Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley despite the length and amount of documents that have been given to special counsel Robert Mueller to conduct his investigation into alleged wrongdoing during the 2016 presidential election, no evidence of wrongdoing has emerged.

“The fact is that there is not a strong, credible case of crime that is emerging from this investigation,” he said. “After a year, after hundreds of thousands of documents that have been turned over, after multiple cooperating witnesses, after dozens of criminal counts, none of those filings have created a nexus between a criminal act and the president or even the campaign for the most part.”

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