Robert Mueller Admits Charging the President Is 'Not An Option'

Robert Mueller

Special Counsel Robert Mueller gave an update on the investigation into the President-Russia affair.

While it may be common public opinion that something needs to be done about President 45's potential collusion with Russia, Mueller made it painfully clear it's out of his hands. Wednesday's statement explained that charging the leader for the suspicious activities is a major responsibility. One his office, specifically, does not have the power to do, according to Justice Department guidelines.

He stated, "If we had had confidence that the President clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so. We did not, however, make a determination as to whether the President did commit a crime."

So who's the country's saving grace direct Trump to the road of impeachment? As Mueller continued to announce the dismal of the Special Counsel office, he publicly handed the reigns to Congress.

Now that we finally have word on where justice lies, Uncle Steve shared his thoughts on the controversial matter. Check it out below.

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