Attorney General William Barr said Thursday that there were 10 potential “episodes” of obstruction of justice by President Donald Trump, but that they didn’t amount to illegal activity by the president.
Barr said Trump acted out of “noncorrupt motives” because he was frustrated by the ongoing investigation and media coverage that he felt was hurting his administration. But Barr acknowledged at a news conference that he disagreed with special counsel Robert Mueller’s legal theories on whether those episodes amounted to obstruction “as a matter of law.”
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