George Washington Law Professor Jonathan Turley recently spoke to Fox where he stated, “If anything, the criminal case against President Trump has weakened over time.” He also doesn’t believe that anymore new evidence will be released.
He also put and end to New York Times columnist Tom Friedman’s claims, where Friedman thinks Obama and Bush will have to step in during a constitutional crisis saying, “I have a lot of respect for both these presidents and the level of restraint that they have shown. … But if they’re waiting for a consitutional crisis, there [are] very few objective signs that that’s going to come to pass. If anything, the criminal case against President Trump has weakened over time. Now, could there be a false statement made in the interview? Could there be additional evidence? Yes. But I think we have to deal with this objectively, and to say that he is still just a subject after over a year, hundreds of thousands of documents, and a myriad of cooperating witnesses, and he still — his status has not changed. And what — the problem is that very few people can get themselves to say that there isn’t a clear-cut criminal case against the president.”