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Melber: Matters of obstruction are usually adjudicated by House

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MSNBC's Ari Melber analyzes the two issues explored by the Special Counsel. Melber focuses on what AG Barr has quoted from the report, and explains that on the matter of obstruction, historically, that decision is left up to the House and not the the president's Department of Justice.