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Clinton Investigator Ken Starr Accidentally Admitted Trump Is Guilty On Live TV

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Everyone had been hoping that the release of the Mueller report would clear everything up with regards to the campaign to elect President Donald Trump and the allegations of collusion and obstruction of justice. It had been over two years since the Department of Justice commissioned former Director of the FBI Robert S. Mueller III to set up his probe to investigate Trump and his cronies, and since then everyone had been awaiting the release of his findings. For the two and a bit years that President Donald Trump had been serving as President of the United States and leader of the free world, no one knew what his future would be, or if he would have a future at all. Sadly, even now the Mueller report has been published, things are not much clearer.

However, Trump may have just encountered a significant disaster in a place he was least expecting. Ken Starr, one of his staunchest defenders, went live on Fox News. The problem was that he accidentally admitted that Trump did exactly the same thing that he accused President Bill Clinton of back in 1998 when he was a Special Counsel himself, which makes Trump look very guilty indeed:

Ken Starr, the former independent counsel who spent four years investigating President Bill Clinton, went on Fox News Friday to defend President Donald Trump and accidentally admitted that the president had engaged in the same behavior of which Starr once accused Clinton in his 1998 report. Asked about the allegations in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report that Trump may have obstructed justice by urging then-White House Counsel Don McGahn to lie, Starr acknowledged, “That’s a fair point.”

“You shouldn’t be coaching a witness. That’s exactly what Bill Clinton did with Betty Currie long ago and so forth. And we put that in [the 1998 Starr report]. It can be part of obstruction of justice,” he said, speaking on Fox & Friends. Starr was referring to one of the 10 possible episodes of obstruction of justice documented by Mueller in the report, one of which detailed an instance in which Trump told McGahn to get rid of the special counsel — orders that McGahn did not carry out. After these efforts became public, Mueller wrote, Trump allegedly demanded that McGahn put in writing that this never happened — even after McGahn made clear that it did.

Surely, this, finally has to put an end to Trump’s lies. You can watch the full clip of the disastrous episode below.


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