Law professor Jonathan Turley said recent news about conservative author Jerome Corsi and former Trump campaign president Paul Manafort shows that special adviser Bob Mueller "clearly does not understand what he wants."
Turley, from George Washington University in Foggy Bottom, DC, said he was "quite rare" in law to encounter "problems with witnesses involved in advocacy agreements" like Manafort and the Former Trump associate George Papadopoulos.
Turley said that Mueller was furious with Papadopoulos and had tried to increase his sentence, while Manafort was accused of lying in his lawsuit.
He added that Corsi, a former chief of the InfoWars office in Washington, said he had refused to accept a plea agreement regarding an investigation by Mueller.
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Corsi, 72, said he would prefer to spend the rest of his life in jail for crime, rather than signing a fake Mueller document.
Mueller's interest in Corsi revolves around the political scientist's statements about an email conversation with former Nixon advisor and former Trump collaborator, Roger J. Stone.
"Obviously, Mueller is not getting what he wants," said Turley about the resulting legal consequences.
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