"Yes. "The Mueller report describes several acts that satisfy all of the elements for an obstruction charge: conduct that obstructed or attempted to obstruct the truth-finding process, as to which the evidence of corrupt intent and connection to pending proceedings is overwhelming." ~ Statement signed by 688+ former federal prosecutors "
"Maybe. "Mueller intended both the American people and Congress to judge the results of his investigation for themselves... the question of whether Trump is guilty of obstructing justice is still very much open."' ~ Chris Truax, appellate lawyer and board member of Republicans for the Rule of Law"
"It doesn't matter. "One can predict with extremely high confidence that Trump will never be prosecuted for the obstruction of justice evidence that Mueller presented." ~ Noah Feldman, Bloomberg Opinion columnist and professor of law at Harvard University"
"No. "It's kind of ridiculous to go after a man for obstruction when he was falsely accused, he was defending himself. His intent in each one of these situations, all ten of them, is easily explained as an intent to not get framed." ~ Rudy Giuliani, former NYC mayor and legal advisor to President Trump"
"No. “Nothing in the end was obstructed. The FBI probe continued after Mr. Comey was fired, and Mr. Mueller wasn’t interfered with.” ~ WSJ Editorial Board"
"Yes. "On obstruction, Barr is wrong…ordering obstruction to save himself from the consequences of his own behavior is unlawful, defenseless and condemnable.” ~ Andrew P. Napolitano, former judge and current senior judicial analyst at Fox News Channel. "