Judge Michael Mukasey, the 81st Attorney General under the George W. Bush administration, joined Brian Kilmeade to discuss the fallout of last week's James Comey hearing. Mukasey said he feels that there is no way that obstruction of justice should still be on the table following his testimony. The former Attorney General went on to say that "I think that at face value what Comey did was insidious when he released his notes to the press via a friend. It wasn't Machiavellian it was Shakespearian. " Mr. Mukasey also feels that questions should be posed to the special committee as to whether Robert Mueller can be impartial.

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