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Democrats Aren't Exactly Making the Mueller Report Must-See TV
“These hearings will be totally meaningless unless they take the next step and bring in the key witnesses.”
An Update on All of the Trump Officials in Prison or Awaiting Trial
Paul Manafort is off to Rikers; Michael Cohen has achieved celebrity status at Otisville; and Michael Flynn just fired his legal team.
Mueller Pretty Much Just Told Congress: Impeach or Go Home
“He basically implored Congress to act”
Manafort's Banker Tried to Bribe His Way Into Becoming Trump’s Treasury Secretary with $16 Million in Loans
Stephen Calk, 54, approved $16 million worth of loans to Manafort, President Trump’s disgraced former campaign chairman, while forwarding a list of senior administration positions and ambassadorships
The Very Conspicuous, 760-Mile-Long Hole in the Trump-Russia Conspiracy
If Trump was on Putin’s payroll, or Russia had dirt on him, why would Trump be gleefully costing Russia money it doesn’t have?
600 Ex-Federal Prosecutors (and Counting) Say Being President Is The Only Thing That Saved Trump
Attorney General William Barr's handling of the Mueller report has drawn outrage
How Bill Barr Can Stop the Investigations Mueller Didn't Finish
The special counsel referred evidence of criminal wrongdoing in a dozen matters to prosecutors.
Attorney General William Barr, spin doctor
“He did a masterful job of making statements that were highly misleading and yet technically not lies...”
Barr doesn’t have a problem with Trump praising Manafort for not “flipping”
"Discouraging flipping, in that sense, is not obstruction.”
Here's why Bill Barr is freaking out over his upcoming House testimony
There’s a lot riding on Barr’s testimony before Congress.
The Full Story of Trump’s Russia Ties Will Come Out—But It’ll Take Time
Veteran spies know that the truth will emerge, but it will take decades, not years.
Trump is stonewalling Congress after Mueller. It'll probably work.
“Trump is demonstrating, in his blunt and narcissistic way, that Congress’ investigative powers are really something of a paper tiger.”
The Mueller report makes a damning case that Trump obstructed justice
“In layperson’s terms, he tried to obstruct justice.”
The highlights of the Mueller Report
In his letter to Congress, Barr said Mueller declined to make a decision on obstruction, but it wasn’t for lack of evidence, according to the report.
Read the entire Mueller report (well, except for the redactions)
It's a 400-page-turner.
William Barr’s been accused of a presidential cover-up before
The attorney general has spent much of his career protecting presidents. Will the Mueller report be any different?
Obama’s former White House counsel just got caught up in the Mueller probe
Before he wrapped up, Mueller referred some matters to other prosecutors — including the Craig case.
Attorney General Barr thinks the government spied on Trump, and he’s looking into it
He didn’t offer much in the way of proof.
In Mueller’s Report, Look for Obstruction of Elections, Not Just Obstruction of Justice
As the details come out, it should be clear that anyone opposing protections for our elections hopes to benefit from foreign influence, and shouldn’t be serving in office anymore.
Here's when you'll be able to read the (redacted) Mueller report
Barr said the report is nearly 400 pages long, and he’s working with Mueller to decide what will be redacted.