Even if he did decline an interview and did every thing in his power to thwart answering questions. As Jeremy Bentham put it, - "If all criminals of every class had assembled and framed a system after their own wishes, is not this the first rule which they would have established for their security? Innocence never takes advantage of it: innocence claims the right of speaking, as guilt invokes the privilege of silence".
Do not forget, it is the conclusion of the intelligence community Putin had a clear policy preference for Trump over Clinton.
Life is rarely black and white, it is usually rather subtle. Subtle is not something that comes easily to Morgan (or Trump).
I think Trump in his obvious glee risks doing long term institutional damage.
It is a bit like the election.
It's going to be stolen from us, voter fraud- wait, I won? EVERYTHING IS FINE, USA USA USA.
Mueller is the shadow state, democrat fake news witch hunt - WAIT, I HAVE NOT BEEN CHARGED? USA USA USA!
Don't confuse the criminal standard with a countrer-inteligence threat. Enough of his staff have lied and gone to prison for offences for foreign ties.
Now we can get back to the usual incompetence from him. That's a value judgement from me though. As is this - I regard the rule of law as important in itself. The law is not a weapon of revenge for either side. Speaking of which, I see the Tango'd one (literally in the same breath) as proclaiming his clearedness calls for his enemies to be investigated.
But, due process has taken its course.
I am old enough to remember the Matrix-Churchill (Scott Report) inquiry. Did the immediate speeches on publication day match the report?