A sitting President cannot be indicted. A former President can and should be if there is supporting evidence. WHEN Trump loses in 2020, he may be moving from Pennsylvania Ave to Waymart, PA to share a cell with Paul Manafort.
However, if he serves a second term ( and down deep you and Dee know he will), the statute of limitations will have run out on prosecution.
Serious question for Dee and OM because even though we've battled, you two are very intelligent and appreciate good debate. Do you think Mueller was caught off guard during the hearing or was he merely a pawn? He looked like someone who had no clue of what was in his own report and remember, in his exiting press conference, he was never going to comment again on the subject. My personal view is that he is still a fine, outstanding individual who played the fool during testimony as if to say, " I told you I was done talking about this".
Impeachment talk will go on but let's be real. There is no way the dems will gain enough Senate votes to seal the deal. That's why Nancy is pulling her punches. It's not that difficult to figure out.
I would appreciate your thoughts on both points and Wally, let them answer without a counter attack.