Mark Levin was on fire this morning in his appearance on Fox and Friends.
He argued that the portion on obstruction in the Mueller report never should have been written, calling it an “op-ed”.
Levin argues that ‘volume 2’ doesn’t have a syllable of legal significance whatsoever and it doesn’t even have a syllable of law in it.
He says it doesn’t matter what Trump or McGahn said it it because it hasn’t been tested in court, noting that there’s been no cross-examination or challenge to it.
Levin calls the 200 page document an “op-ed”, a “political document” that never should have been written.
He challenged on this by Ed Henry, who suggested to Levin that it quotes the White House attorney Don McGahn. He asked Levin “doesn’t whether the president told the truth or not matter to you?”
Levin said emphatically that it does matter to him, but asks Henry how he knows these statements are true. He says the president denies some of it and that it hasn’t been challenged in a court of law. He says we have no idea whether this is true or not. He says prosecutors are not supposed to write essays like this unless they want to be disbarred.
Indeed Trump denied some of it was true this morning.
That’s just the first half of Levin’s segment so watch the video fore more…