NYT reporter is apparently struggling with the meaning of ‘evidence developed during the (Mueller probe) is not sufficient’

New York Times reporter Peter Baker attempted to use Attorney General William Barr’s letter disclosing the conclusion of the Mueller report to refute a quote by White House press secretary Sarah Sanders.

But there are a couple of problems.

For one, he left out this key point from the letter written by both Barr and deputy AG Rod Rosenstein.

For another, even if it did, it would not be up to Robert Mueller about whether prosecution or non-prosecution should occur.

Many believe that Mueller was out of line in declaring that the report did not exonerate Trump.

With the release of the full Mueller report imminent, one has to wonder what the meltdown on the Left is going to be like if it reflects exactly what William Barr put in his letter.