AP: Trump Plans to Beat Mueller’s Report With Help From Fox News

Donald Trump has been attacking Bob Mueller’s special counsel investigation for nearly two years, calling it “a witch hunt” and “a hoax.”  But according to the Associated Presshe may try to claim victory and upend Robert Mueller’s report no matter what it says. read more

Mueller’s Rare Move Means Something Big is Coming Soon

Fed Prosecutor Honig on CNN

Former federal prosecutor Elie Honig said on CNN this morning that the statement by Robert Mueller that he is too busy to comply with a request to unseal redacted documents has revealed something big is in the works at the special counsel’s office. read more

Report: ‘New Signs’ Show Mueller’s Report Is ‘Coming Soon’

The signs are mounting that special counsel Robert Mueller may soon be issuing a report with the findings from his investigation which has been going on nearly two years.

The past week was a very eventful one for Mueller and his team of investigators, and there were several clues that their work may soon conclude with a final report to the Justice Department (DOJ). read more

Opinion: Second Mueller Report on Collusion Must Be Made Public

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. read more

Former DOJ Official: Barr Must Indict Trump If Mueller Report ‘Compels’ It

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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. read more

New Poll Shows 68 percent Want Mueller’s Report Made Public

Over a two-thirds majority of American voters want the report of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation to be released to the public once it is completed, according to the results of a new public opinion poll released on Wednesday. read more

Expert: Mueller’s Evidence Files Must Be Turned Over to Congress

In an interview with Axios, a top legal expert and former DOJ official said that it will be extremely difficult for the Justice Department (DOJ) to deny members of Congress all of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigatory files. He said that the DOJ would be required under existing legal precedents to turn over Mueller’s evidence files on Donald Trump after he submits his final report to Attorney General William Barr. read more

Analysis: False Mueller Report Rumors Show Barr is Not Playing Trump’s Game

Last Wednesday we reported on a CNN article which said:

Attorney General Bill Barr is preparing to announce as early as next week the completion of Robert Mueller‘s Russia investigation, with plans for Barr to submit to Congress soon after a summary of Mueller’s confidential report, according to people familiar with the plans.” read more

Democrats May Impeach Trump to Force Barr to Release Mueller Report

Congressman Cicilline

Rhode Island Democratic Congressman David Cicilline told CNN’s New Day this morning that the American people deserve to see the Mueller report. And he also said that he will take any and all steps necessary to make sure that happens. He said that he will even begin impeachment proceedings in the House to assure that Mueller’s report is made public. read more

Nadler Vows to Fight Barr to Make Mueller Report Public

William Barr as the new Attorney General of the United States, will make the call about who gets a copy of the final report issued by special counsel Bob Mueller. But if he tries to stop Congress from using Mueller’s work for its own probes, he will have a major fight on his hands, according to House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY). read more

How William Barr Could Cause a National Disaster

Editor’s Note: The idea of indicting a sitting president is still a matter of debate.

The fate of Donald Trump — and the nation — may lie in the hands of his next attorney general, William Barr. Since Justice Department policy prohibits indictment of a sitting president on criminal charges, the only way for Trump to be forced from office is impeachment. read more