Kim: He should be able to answer the question "but for the DOJ policy that a sitting president can't be indicted, would you have pursued charges against POTUS and others for obstruction of justice?" I mean he talked about the policy in the report, he stated he could not exonerate the president, and he specifically outlined 10 instances where the requirements for pursing obstruction of justice charges were met. That basically covers him to answer the question, right? And if he can't go outside of the report, then when republicans start asking him questions about the Carter Page FISA warrant or Page and Strzok's text messages and emails, then he can't answer those either, right. All he can say is that they followed the letter of the law throughout the investigation which pretty much shuts the republicans down I would think.