Cited in ABC News:

Paul Rosenzweig, Senior Fellow, R Street Institute, Professorial Lecturer in Law at George Washington University: “One of the best arguments against wasting time on subpoenaing the president is that, since there is a [Justice Department] policy that says the president can’t be indicted – and Mueller has probably decided in his mind that he’s going to follow that policy – it doesn’t really make that much difference what the president says. If you’re not going to charge him with a crime, who cares what he has to say, right? I think that I care what he has to say, even if it’s not capable of being criminally prosecutable, because I think that the truth value of knowing what happened is greater.”

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