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Can doing something you have the legal right to do nevertheless constitute a crime? Yes . . . according to Andrea Mitchell.

On today’s Morning Joe, just moments after acknowledging that President Trump “has the legal right” to have canceled John Brennan’s security clearance, Mitchell continued:

“Arguably, some people will say, and I’m not a lawyer, but I’m certain that Mueller is looking into this, that this could be another issue of potential obstruction of justice. Whether it is of criminal import or not, it certainly is a question.”

Mitchell comically sought to couch her accusation in multiple qualifiers: “arguably,” “some people will say,” “I’m not a lawyer,” “potential,” “whether it is of criminal import or not.”

Question: does Mitchell owe royalty fees to Katie Couric for use of the former Today host’s patented phrase: “some people will say?”

Andrea Mitchell: Trump’s Cancellation of Brennan Clearance Could be “Obstruction of Justice”

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