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Trump rips prosecutors accusing him of obstruction: ‘They’re all politicians’

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President Trump dismissed a letter signed by more than 1,000 federal prosecutors that said he would have been indicted for obstruction of justice were he not a sitting president.
 
“Hey George,” Trump told George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s “This Week.” “Look, I know more about prosecutors than you’ll ever know. They’re politicians. I could get you 5,000 that would also say that there’s nothing. You know, I saw their names. And these are all — many of ’em are Trump haters. Many of ’em if you look at the names.”
 
 
He added, “I’ve been treated so unfairly ’cause I never did anything. There was no crime.”
 
{mosads}The exchange was one of several during the interview in which Trump insisted special counsel Robert Mueller’s report exonerated him of obstruction of justice while Stephanopoulos interjected that Mueller said he did not reach a decision on the matter.
 
Mueller in his report and a subsequent press conference said he and his team did not reach a conclusion on obstruction because a sitting president could not be criminally indicted.
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