Weismann disappointed that Mueller failed to summon the president to court
Former prosecutor on the team of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller, who was investigating Russian interference in the US elections, wrote in his new book that the group was unable to fully investigate the financial ties of US President Donald Trump and should have bluntly stated that the opinion, he obstructs justice. He claims that their investigation was limited by the constant threat of Trump’s dissolution of the office and their own unwillingness to be aggressive, writes the American newspaper The Washington Post.
The book also offers the most detailed account of what happened behind the scenes under Mueller during the two years of investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 elections.
Andrew Weissmann wrote about his disappointment that Special Attorney Mueller was unable to summon the president to court and otherwise took all the blows for fear of angering Trump. ”
Earlier it was reported that in the United States, a federal judge demanded to submit the full version of the Mueller report. Legal proceedings related to friends and partners of President Trump continue, despite the successful end of the impeachment procedure for the head of state.
Also, the US believes that Moscow will try to interfere in the upcoming US presidential elections while trying to spoil relations between Kiev and Washington.