GEIST: “But do you accept the fundamental conclusion in that four-page letter, that there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians?”
SCHIFF: “I accept Mueller’s conclusion, and I assume Barr wouldn’t misrepresent this, that he could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt the crime of conspiracy. But as I said, there is evidence of collusion and corrupt co-mingling of work between the Trump campaign and the Russians. But I fully accept that as a prosecutor that he couldn’t prove beyond a reasonable doubt that crime. And as you know, because I’ve made this distinction on your show, I always said well there was ample evidence of collusion in the public record --"
SCHIFF: "-- whether Bob Mueller could prove the crime of conspiracy beyond reasonable doubt would be up to him and I would accept judgment and I do.”