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.
The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll is in line with other recent polling that shows Trump‘s attacks on Mueller are backfiring.
63 percent of Americans support Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election, with 52 percent saying they support it strongly; 29 percent oppose the probe.
A new Suffolk University poll has found 55% of Americans trust Robert Mueller's investigation and just 35% trust Trump's claims of a witch hunt.
Before talks broke down, Paul Manafort was trying to cut a plea deal with Robert Mueller, in a sign that the rumblings about a pardon coming from the White House weren't good enough for Trump's former campaign chairman.
- He undermined the credibility of law enforcement officials, such as the FBI and the Department of Justice, and
- He furthered the idea that there is a conspiracy being run to harm Donald Trump and his associates, who have done nothing wrong.
During an interview with Dershowitz on Fox & Friends, host Brian Kilmeade said that President Donald Trump is being targeted and attacked unfairly, as shown by the many investigations into his campaign, into his business dealings, and into his charitable foundation.
In his early morning tweet storm he compared his situation to Watergate, insisted once again his general counsel Don McGahn isn’t a “RAT” and accused Mueller’s team of “looking for trouble.” He also said collusion is “a phony crime.”
Trump's lawyers realized that they have no idea what White House Counsel Don McGahn told Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
While speaking with reporters as he left the White House, Trump blew up all of his administration's excuses for the FBI firings and revoking Brennan's security clearance by admitting that he is doing all of this to discredit Robert Mueller.
After Donald Trump won the presidential election in November of 2016 former campaign manager Manafort sent Kushner an email in which he gave his advice for who should be appointed to senior positions within the new administration.
The comments made by California Rep. Devin Nunes provide proof that the Republican Party is corrupt and Nunes is a traitor to his country. And they also may prove something else that is even more shocking and important: that Donald Trump is doomed and is going down because of the Mueller investigation.
Law enforcement sources are saying that Special Counsel Robert Mueller will subpoena Donald Trump if the president continues to dodge an interview with the Special Counsel.
Robert Mueller responded to Trump's interview conditions, and he is not going to agree to let the president only answer questions in writing.
Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, earned over $60 million working for Russia-backed Ukraine politicians, according to a new court filing made Monday by special counsel Robert Mueller and his team of prosecutors.
Robert Mueller is investigating Trump's tweets, so the president responded by attacking the Special Counsel on Twitter.