Analyzing the Mueller report, @ChrisCuomo says: "Asking matters Jim. If I ask you to punch Mr. Meadows and you don't do it, the request was still wrong."
@RepMarkMeadows: "The request may have been wrong but it's not a crime unless he assaults me"
Cuomo: "Is that our standard?" https://t.co/xk1Uykw90I
The Democrats didn't get what they wanted from the Mueller report, @smerconish says. "The real story here is that by Mueller's design, they were never going to get it, because he was never going to make a finding of legal wrong doing by the President." https://t.co/QtOw6uvA9r https://t.co/Q6eyBkpBi7
"At least five -- that's the number of times the report says President Trump asked senior aides to lie." CNN's @JohnAvlon breaks down the Mueller report by the numbers. #RealityCheck https://t.co/wgkDYSvxQG https://t.co/hEhX3Sxy0Z
Do voters care about the Mueller report? Will it influence their decision in the 2020 election? CNN's @miguelmarquez asks some of them. https://t.co/QtOw6uvA9r https://t.co/K2rMms6WZy
Attorney General Barr "embarrassed himself," with his press conference yesterday, says Independent @SenAngusKing, using a football analogy to explain what happened: "Mueller passed the obstruction question to the Congress and Barr intercepted the pass." https://t.co/QtOw6udZhT https://t.co/SKJOnUVQh3