Levin: The president is ‘not in any kind of legal jeopardy’

· November 29, 2018  
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Thursday on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin lit into the leftist media for continuing to play up the phony Russia-collusion investigation after Trump’s former attorney, Michael Cohen, plead guilty Thursday of lying before Congress.

Levin explained that Cohen’s personal corruption is not indicative of the president himself.

“People keep saying, ‘What are the legal implications for Trump?'” Levin asked. “There are none. Zero. There’s no legal implication; there’s no legal jeopardy, period. Moreover, in all this so-called reporting and analysis by these phony experts, where did President Trump collude, coordinate, or conspire with the Russians during the election, to fix the result of the election? Where is this evidence? And since there’s not a scintilla of evidence, this should underscore the point that this entire investigation is bogus.”

Listen:

“Shouldn’t [the media] be cheering over the fact that so far, all the leaks show that Trump did nothing? Shouldn’t they be celebrating that, that in our republic, the president that we chose is guilty of nothing? That he didn’t collaborate, he didn’t coordinate, he didn’t conspire with the Russians? But they’re not. They keep bringing in these phony experts, who are utterly predictable. ‘You know, uh, if I were Don Jr., I’d be worried about now’ — the country should be worried about now, about what’s taking place. The country should be worried,” Levin said.

Levin explained that there has there never been a “substantive, underlying crime” to expose and reiterated that the president is not in legal danger, despite the media’s assertions.

“How many more damn times do I have to explain that it is the position of the United States Department of Justice that you cannot indict a sitting president? He’s not in any kind of legal jeopardy.”


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Author: Carmel Kookogey