According to a new POLITICO report, aides to President Donald Trump’s White House, campaign and transition will be forced to turn over any documents pertaining to Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s Russia probe. Failure to do so, according to the report, could result in criminal...
Independent investigations can spiral into disaster. I should know—I was embroiled in one.
"the bureau can’t provide the memo until it consults with Robert Mueller..." The post Rep. Chaffetz responds to FBI’s refusal to turn over Comey memos appeared first on Hot Air.
Committee leaders are working to secure documents and public testimony from James Comey.
WASHINGTON ? Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation of potential ties between the Trump campaign and the Russian government will hold up congressional probes that were looking into whether Trump affiliates colluded with foreign entities to interfere with the 2016 election, a letter from the FBI indicated on Thursday. Rep. Show More Summary
It’s now over but the shouting. It began the moment charges moved from unnamed sources in the New York Times and the Washington Post to the desk of Robert Mueller III, the former Director of the FBI, now the Special Counsel. It began the moment a counterintelligence investigation became a criminal matter. Show More Summary
Ever wondered what it’s like to be pursued, badgered and threatened legally by a special counsel, like the one appointed last week to investigate the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia? I can tell you firsthand. In 2003, the George W. Bush administration leaked the name of a CIA operations officer,...
Last week, the deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, named the former FBI director Robert Mueller as special counsel to investigate “any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump”. Show More Summary
While the testimony of former CIA director John Brennan on Tuesday was a visual reminder that the House Intelligence Committee’s Russia investigation was at last getting back into action after a long Devin Nunes-inspired delay, it’s far from the only game in town. Show More Summary
Politico reports: Special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s office is now operating from an office in Washington, beginning its work of probing the impact of Russian influence on the 2016 presidential election, Justice Department officials said Tuesday. Show More Summary
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller has been cleared by U.S. Department of Justice ethics experts to oversee an investigation into possible collusion between then-candidate Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign and Russia, a spokeswoman said on Tuesday. The department appointed Mueller special...
“Justice Department ethics experts have concluded that newly appointed special counsel Robert Mueller can oversee the investigation into possible coordination between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin during the 2016 presidential election — even though his former law firm represents [...]
Special counsel can investigate widely and prosecute anyone who lies to him.
A rain of fishes in Oroville, BART scrambles to replace some tracks where that derailment happened, and Willie Brown takes credit for Robert Mueller's career. [ more › ]
= By Douglas M. Charles, Associate Professor of History, Pennsylvania State University. Former FBI Director Robert Mueller testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington in 2011. AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File On May 17, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed a special counsel to investigate ties...
UP: Robert S. Mueller III DOWN: Attorney General Jeff Sessions UP: Contemporaneous notes DOWN: Tweets UP: White House panic DOWN: Chances anyone not related by blood or marriage will be there in four years UP: Displays of thuggish behavior by autocrats DOWN: President Trump’s interest in human rights UP: Lawyering up DOWN: Running government like […]
The Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys may bar Robert Mueller from serving as special counsel The post Is Robert Mueller Barred by Attorney Ethics Rules From Serving As Special Counsel? appeared first on RedState.
With the assignment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel into the matter of Russian links to the Trump administration, many would argue that Donald Trump’s days in the Oval Office are numbered—and rapidly shrinking. Even some Republicans, such as Rep. Show More Summary