"I can tell you very strongly this is not political for me. He could be a Democratic president and I would still say the same thing: obstruction of justice. And as an attorney, I can tell you, when we start, kind of turning our heads and letting a little bit of things slip by, like, what we've seen the last few days, we are jeopardizing our own democracy. We are jeopardizing that accountability and that balance of government."
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