Former independent counsel Kenneth Starr said the issues raised by Stormy Daniels’ allegations should be “considered and assessed” by the Justice Department. In an interview with Yahoo News, the man who probed President Bill Clinton for everything from Whitewater to Monica Lewinsky said he recognizes that the Daniels issue is far from special counsel Robert Mueller’s scope of Trump-Russia collusion in the 2016 election, but that the questions “have to be sorted out” in an “equivalent of a preliminary investigation.” He said this may be an issue for Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who may tell Mueller, “Let’s get through with this issue of collusion. You stick to that and let’s now appoint [somebody else] as special counsel.” On the alleged infidelity of President Trump, Starr said that “questions of presidential character are always important... but that doesn’t trigger the law.” In differentiating the allegations against Trump and the one against Clinton, he said there were concerns relating to “subornation of perjury in a civil case” in the Clinton case.
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