Jun. 12th, 2017
Funny, how a WSJ article admits that when it comes to Comey's testimony Trump is obviously a liar but Mueller should ignore it "for the good of the country."
...a test of Mr. Trump’s honesty. ... His exculpatory recollections under oath, whatever they are, will not be more credible than Mr. Comey’s contemporaneous memorandums.
But the situation is not irretrievable. Mr. Mueller could still say the president’s testimony would change nothing and need not be taken, since Mr. Comey’s statements and memorandums simply do not make out a case of obstruction. ... But if he [Mueller] is the man of integrity everyone has averred, he will follow this course for the good of the country.