'On June 8, 2017, former FBI Director James Comey delivered what will be remembered as one the most consequential testimonies in modern history. Americans tuned in with one question at the forefront of their minds: Is Trump guilty of obstruction of justice? If there is a clear case to be made for obstruction of justice and a compelling case to be made for impeachment, will House Republicans do anything about it? And better question yet, will Rosenstein and Mueller be able to even make that case? Since the GOP is unwilling to pass legislation to protect the probe, the future is uncertain. Mueller is unlikely to indict Trump directly and is reportedly very close to wrapping up his investigation into potential obstruction of justice, with all that’s left to be done is an interview with the president himself '