Jed Shugerman was quoted in a Business Insider article about special counsel Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russia investigation.
Jed Shugerman, a professor at Fordham Law School, said he thought it was significant that Mueller agreed to narrow the scope of his initial questions for Trump to focus on collusion rather than obstruction.
“It suggests Mueller thinks that’s more significant and worthwhile at this stage,” he said.
Shugerman added that Mueller’s questions about collusion indicated that “he probably has sufficient evidence for obstruction.”
“If forced to allocate his time to obstruction or Russia, he is choosing Russia,” he said. “And probably [because]he has big leads.”