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A new poll shows a jump in Republicans who believe President Trump attempted to stop investigations into his administration and Russia, though that figure is only slightly more than a third of party members.

The IPSOS/Reuters survey published Friday shows that 36% of Republicans believe Trump attempted to obstruct justice, a day after a redacted version of the Mueller report was released to the public by the Department of Justice. A survey conducted last month, also by IPSOS/Reuters, showed that only 27% of Republicans believed at the time that Trump tried to stop investigations into his administration.

The article goes on to state the following:

Mueller’s investigation identified 10 episodes that could be viewed as potential obstruction of justice but did not recommend any further indictments, allowing the Justice Department to make its own determination.

At Attorney General William Barr’s press conference on Thursday morning, Barr said that he and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein disagreed with some of the legal frameworks used by special counsel Robert Mueller’s team regarding possible obstruction of justice and “felt that some of the episodes examined did not amount to obstruction as a matter of law.”

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  1. Guess what
    Many of his questions on this matter, ANYONE in a similar situation, Would be inquiring about what means to CEASE the process of PROBING
    What is “said” at the time…considering the state of mind and so on doesn’t necessarily mean obstructionism
    Especially when you consider HOW ITS SAID VS HOW ONES INTERPRETATION OF IT IS
    I am apt to believe there’s no collusion nor a true narrative for obstruction
    Is all lent to interpretation and mindset of the individuals hearing it and a preset ideology of the conversation with ppl.
    To what degree were ppl covering their own arses after what happened to Papadopoulos, Gen.Flynn, Page etc.

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