Nadler’s First Act Is to Introduce Bill to Protect Mueller From Trump

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee has introduced a bill to protect special counsel Robert Mueller.

The congressman brought up the legislation on Thursday as the first order of business after the new Congress was sworn in. The bill seeks to provide a layer of protection for special counsel Mueller, which would allow him to challenge in court any move to fire him. read more

Poll Says Trump Broke His Promise About Hiring ‘the Best People’

With just two and one-half months until the midterm elections it is clear that Democrats will use as a major campaign issue the excessive amount of corruption in the Trump administration.

What is also clear is that Republicans will NOT be campaigning on the issue that President Donald Trump repeatedly campaigned on during his 2016 election: that he would “hire the best people” for his administration. read more