Focus at Four: Mueller Report breakdown
Congress is upping the ante over the Mueller Report.
Today the head of the House Judiciary Committee issued a subpoena for the full *unredacted* report, and the President had some 'choice' words about the findings.
A select group of lawmakers is being allowed to view a less redacted version of the report starting next week.
Kirby Goidel, director of the Public Policy Research Institute at Texas A&M, broke down the latest with the Mueller Report on First News at Four.
"This is going to continue to play out, but it's not going to get resolved," Goidel said. "On the collusion charge, they said they don't see enough evidence there for a conspiracy charge, though they do know they were welcoming contact with Russians...but what they weren't doing is coordinating.
"On the obstruction charge though, [Mueller] left that really wide open. He said I can't exonerate, and if I thought there was no evidence of obstruction I would say it in this report, and I'm not saying. So that is why this is still an open case," Goidel said.
Check out the rest of the interview in the video player above.