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What do you make of the argument that the finding there was no "underlying crime" is relevant to the state of mind for obstruction? Does that hold in this case, where the "underlying crime" is exceptionally vague, and where actors may be motivated politically at least as much as by the search for truth? That is to say, could Donald Trump have been confident enough that he did nothing wrong for this assumption to hold?