Former federal officials sound the alarm on Trump´s obstruction in a Republican video

The behavior of this president “ought to concern anyone that cares about the honest workings of government,” warns a former Reagan administration official.

WASHINGTON D.C. (Republicans for the Rule of Law) – A blow against Donald Trump was delivered from within the GOP by the Republicans for the Rule of Law in a video accusing Trump on obstruction of justice.

Paul Rosenzweig, former deputy assistant secretary of homeland security under George W. Bush, said: “obstruction of justice and perjury … far more important than most normal crimes” because they “go to the absolute core of how the rule of law functions in this society.”

Donald Ayer, former deputy attorney general, in the George H.W. Bush administration said that what particularly disturbs him is the silence of Republicans who know “there is a damning case in the Mueller report of obstruction of justice by the president.”

Jeffrey Harris, former deputy associate attorney general in the Reagan administration, spoke about the negative findings against Trump in Robert Mueller’s report. Harris explained that, as a former federal lawman, “I didn’t think it was even a close prosecutorial call as to whether the president obstructed justice.”

The political group plans to hand-deliver a copy of the video, as well as Robert Mueller’s report with key sections highlighted, to each Republican lawmaker on Monday June 3rd 2019.


The Yucatan Times