Can a President Be Charged With Obstructing Justice?

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President Trump’s assertion that he fired former national security adviser Michael  Flynn in part because he knew that Flynn had lied to the FBI about his conversations with the Russian ambassador — for which Mr. Flynn pleaded guilty on Friday — has intensified accusations that the president committed obstruction of justice, the New York Times reports. Trump critics portray the statement as a . . .

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