Ken Starr, former independent counsel who was charged with investigating former President Billy Clinton, went on CNN’s New Day today and stated that there’s just not enough evidence to bring an obstruction of justice case against President Donald Trump.
“It’s too soon to tell. From what I’ve seen — and of course we don’t know a whole lot — the answer is no,” Starr said, when asked if one could bring reasonably bring a case against the embattled president.
All this emerged during a meeting the president had with former FBI Director James Comey on Fe. 14th when he stated that that he was looking out for Michael Flynn, according to the Liberal Left.
“I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go,” the president told Comey, according to testimony the former director gave before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence June 8.