Former SDNY Chief: These prosecutors may indict a President

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In an exclusive interview on MSNBC’s The Beat, the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, David Kelley, made news by stating that the office he used to run may legally indict a sitting President, if warranted by a serious charge, regardless of a DOJ policy memo suggesting the opposite. That issue has been a major controversy as Michael Cohen details the SDNY’s probe into Trump, and Kelly also says if new allegations against Trump ally David Pecker are true, the SDNY could cancel his immunity deal.