FBI special counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly offered Tony Podesta immunity to testify against his business partner, Paul Manafort.
Contrary to the mainstream media’s narrative, Robert Mueller’s latest indictment does not implicate President Trump, but exonerate him.
One of things we learned from Rod Rosenstein is that there’s still no evidence of ‘collusion.’ But that didn’t stop MSM outlets from finding some anyway.
‘I’m unbiased, but my texts were based on Trump’s ‘horrible, disgusting behavior.’’
The 2016 Russia scandal is, in many ways, the mirror image of the Watergate scandal. Like a mirror image, what might appear to be a reflection is actually an inverted and opposite image.
Paul Manafort must now stand trial on multiple counts of filing false income tax returns, failing to file reports of foreign bank accounts, and bank fraud and conspiracy to commit bank fraud.
A new court motion proves again that the special counsel’s charges against Paul Manafort are utterly unrelated to Russia, President Trump, or Manafort’s brief stint as a campaign advisor.
Maybe Robert Mueller could actually do the job he was asked to do, and let us know whether he found a grand conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Vlad Putin to steal the election. Nah.
Whether for a new park in a powerful congressman’s home district or for a special counsel, the country’s checks mustn’t clear unless Congress actually says they should.
There is no indication of collusion, but there is evidence Rod Rosenstein’s appointment of a special counsel violated the Constitution, federal regulations, and his authority.
At this point, there is no evidence Robert Mueller used attorneys with a dual status for inappropriate reasons, but the potential for abuse exists. Here’s why.
My fellow Democrats are increasingly becoming the kind of low-information voters they despise and think are only on the other side.
In a statement released Wednesday, Sen. John Kennedy called for the ongoing Department of Justice probe led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller to end.
While claims that the FBI properly inquired of connections between the Trump campaign and Russia were valid to a point, that point has long since passed.
Robert Mueller’s investigation is showy and politically important, but it is not unique. It embodies our administrative state.
Sen. Charles Grassley, the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, sent a seven-page, single-spaced letter posing 16 questions to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
As we enter the second year of Robert Mueller’s sprawling investigation, Hanlon’s Razor teaches us to ‘Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity.’
In his obsessive pursuit of President Trump, Robert Mueller has deprived Trump of his right to the counsel of his choice. Setting this precedent for Trump sets it for everyone.
Beyond the news that Robert Mueller’s charges against Paul Manafort were unrelated to Russian meddling, the government only decided to indict Manafort after Mueller took over.
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