During his appearance on Capitol Hill Wednesday, Mueller, known by his former Department of Justice co-workers as “Bobby Three Sticks,” either deflected or declined to answer questions posed by members of Congress a total of 198 times, according to an NBC review.
While Mueller appeared to mumble and fumble through his testimony and seemed a bit distant from the facts in the opinion of some commentators, he was very clear on the fact that US President Donald Trump could be charged with obstruction of justice once POTUS is out of the White House.
The video of another key moment:— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) July 24, 2019
Buck: "Could you charge the president with a crime after he left office?"
Buck: "You believe that you could charge the president of the United States with obstruction of justice after he left office?"
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However, Bobby Three Sticks maintained his laissez-faire stance when it came to explicitly saying whether Trump obstructed justice.