According to the Senate Intelligence Committee, Trump lied to Mueller about conversations with Roger Stone about WikiLeaks, which is perjury.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) said that Robert Mueller made it clear that his investigation leaves the door open for Trump to be indicted after he leaves office.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said that Mueller's press conference was as close to an impeachment referral as you can get.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said that America should believe William Barr over Robert Mueller, and demanded that the country move on.
By a margin of 56%-19%, a new poll shows that voters across the political spectrum want special counsel Robert Mueller to testify.
America got to see Trump freak out in real time on Twitter as he told special counsel Robert Mueller not to testify to Congress.
House Democrats say they will vote on Wednesday to subpoena Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s complete report. They also will subpoena Mueller’s underlying evidence files and other materials, according to CNN.
By Patricia Zengerle and Andy Sullivan
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump‘s Republican allies tangled with one of Trump‘s most prominent Democratic critics during a chaotic congressional hearing on Thursday and the U.S. attorney general revealed that Special Counsel Robert Mueller‘s Russia inquiry report is more than 300 pages long.
Now that Bob Mueller has delivered his report to William Barr, the fight against Donald Trump and his criminal family and businesses will move to the U.S. Attorney’s office in the Southern District of New York (SDNY).
Under guidelines set out by the Department of Justice (DOJ) special counsel Robert Mueller must submit a report on his findings of criminal conduct to Attorney General William Barr. He may or may not release the so-called “criminal report” to Congress and to the public.
President Donald Trump started off his Sunday morning with another assault on the media, which he thinks is treating him more unfairly than any other president in history.
In a multi-tweet attack, the president called the press “ the most hostile and corrupt in the history of American politics,” and then listed off what he believes are his achievements.
J.T. Smith II, executive assistant to Attorney General Elliot Richardson during the Watergate scandal, writes in this morning’s New York Times that current Attorney General William Barr must reconsider the Justice Department (DOJ) policy against indicting a sitting president.
Federal prosecutors working for special counsel Robert Mueller on Saturday released a sentencing memo for former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. But the memo did not follow Mueller’s past practices of including many details which could have shed light on who Manafort was conspiring with when he worked with Russia to help Donald Trump win the presidency in 2016.
The debate over making special counsel Robert Mueller’s report is rapidly heating up and may soon come to a boil.
There is some evidence that Mueller may finish his investigation soon, and while most Americans and members of Congress want to see the probe’s results, not everyone agrees that this is required, or even a good idea.
CBS News is reporting this morning that special counsel Robert Mueller is expected to soon issue new indictments in the ongoing probe of the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia. They said that the new indictments may be issued as early as today.
According to a friend of former FBI Director James Comey, the dismissal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions may not matter. He says it is probably too late to stop the Mueller investigation.
Writing at the Atlantic, Lawfare editor Benjamin Wittes gave ten legitimate reasons why Trump’s firing of Sessions was “too little, too late.”
The Russians used Donald Trump's talking points on Robert Mueller as part of their effort to interfere in the 2018 midterm election.
This new development occurs seventeen months after the launch of Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation into potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. The country has been waiting a long time for President Trump to speak to Mueller, and it appears we will finally be getting some answers to our questions.
President Donald Trump’s television attorney Rudy Giuliani said Thursday that the president would NOT answer questions about obstruction of justice if interviewed by Robert Mueller. Then, in a later interview, he appeared to change his mind.