Kristy Parker

counsel at Protect Democracy, and former federal prosecutor for the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice

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More than 600 former federal prosecutors signed a statement on Monday stating that Donald Trump would’ve been charged with obstruction of justice if he weren’t the U.S. president.

Former federal prosecutors sign a letter saying Trump obstructed justice

More than 600 former federal prosecutors signed a statement on Monday stating that Donald Trump would’ve been charged with obstruction of justice if he weren’t the U.S. president.

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