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Legal analyst delivers bad news to Fox & Friends about Trump indictment

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After former New York City mayor and current Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani claimed special counsel Robert Mueller admitted he can’t indict a sitting president, a conservative legal analyst explained to Fox & Friends the complicated rules surrounding the potential outcome of the investigation.

“I don’t know what Bob Mueller told Rudy Giuliani,” Judge Andrew Napolitano said Thursday morning, “but there are actually two memos in the [Department of Justice]. One says the president can be indicted, the other says the president cannot be indicted.”

When former President Bill Clinton pleaded guilty to lying under oath, the judge continued, he took an agreement that “looks like an indictment but it doesn’t involve the grand jury.” Former Trump aides George Papadopoulos and Michael Flynn also agreed to such agreements, Napolitano noted.

“Can they do that with a president?” he mused. “They did it with Bill Clinton.”

Napolitano admitted that current guidelines barring presidents from being indicted prior to impeachment are “political” decisions made in the House of Representatives, but also that one of the Clinton-era DOJ memos allows presidents to be “indicted but not prosecuted” until after they leave office.

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When host Brian Killmeade asked if public pressure, as exerted by Trump’s legal team and surrogates, can bring a close to Mueller’s “endless” investigation, Napolitano insisted Mueller’s team could care less.

“These guys don’t care,” the judge said. “Their job is to do the right thing no matter what the public thinks.”

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Internet shreds ‘obnoxious’ Liz Cheney after disastrous CBS interview cut short: ‘I’m a Republican and I’m embarrassed’

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Twitter commenters were appalled by the conduct of Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) during her interview with Margaret Brennan on CBS, calling out the high-ranking GOP lawmaker for being downright "obnoxious" when asked to answer simple questions about President Donald Trump.

The interview, during which the combative Cheney chastised her host for not asking the questions she wanted to answer, was cut short by Brennan which led viewers to comment on how badly Cheney came across.

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Fox News host badgers Anthony Scaramucci for calling Trump’s tweet racist: ‘The president is furious with you’

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Fox News host Howard Kurtz on Sunday grilled former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci after he called some of President Donald Trump's tweets racist.

"You've said these tweets against [four Democratic congresswomen] are racist," Kurtz reminded Scaramucci. "In fact, you said, if Trump continues to act like this... we say you are turning into [a racist]. That's pretty strong words."

Scaramucci said that the president's racist attack on Democratic Reps. Ilhan Omar (MN), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Ayanna Pressley (MA) and Rashida Tlaib (MI) was a "wake up call."

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CBS cuts off ugly interview with Liz Cheney after she attacks host for asking about Trump’s racism

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Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) accused CBS host Margaret Brennan of unfairly bringing race into a discussion after President Donald Trump told four non-white Democratic congresswomen to "go back" to where they came from.

In an interview on Face the Nation, Brennan asked Cheney if it was appropriate for Trump supporters to chant "send her back" at a rally in North Carolina last week.

SEE ALSO: Internet shreds ‘obnoxious’ Liz Cheney after disastrous CBS interview cut short: ‘I’m a Republican and I’m embarrassed’

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