Mark Levin said Friday that the second part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Trump-Russia collusion is "crap" and simply an "op-ed" on the former FBI director's thoughts about obstruction of justice.

"Obstruction was not the purpose of the investigation," Levin, host of "Life, Liberty & Levin," said. "He didn't have an obstruction case against the president of the United States or he would've brought [one]."

"That is why we have a court of law. That is why prosecutors, dammit, are not supposed to write essays like this."

Levin said that there is little of litigatory significance in Mueller's discussion of instances involving ex-Trump White House Counsel Donald McGahn and others.


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"Volume II [of the report] is crap. Volume II was written for slip-and-fall lawyer [Jerrold] Nadler and slip-and-fall lawyer [Adam] Schiff."

Levin said that Mueller knew the media would "run with" the salacious context of the second volume of the report.

He said that the obstruction-related material consisted of "he-said-she-said" allegations that "no prosecutor" would ever think to bring before a judge.

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