It’s been a year since Robert Mueller began his look at ALL things Donald Trump and the possible Russian connections….
During this time Muller and his people have charged 19 people criminally…
Sent some off to jail ….
Spoken and questioned a lot of people….
And have made Donald Trump worry everyday if and when they will come for him….
While Trump’s new mouthpiece Rudy Giuliani goes around in the media making all kinds of predictions?
Robert Mueller continues to dig and dig…..
He is patiently waiting for Trump come in and sit-down for his Q & A session with him, that WILL eventually happen…Even if Trump has to be compelled to do so….
The BIG question’s will be?
Does Mueller’s boss, Ron Rosenstein, follow the Dept. of Justice view that a sitting President can’t be charged?
Does Mueller’s final report say Trump did illegal things anyways?
Does Trump fire Mueller?
Does Trump issue blanket pardons?
And of course?
What does the House of Representatives do?
Brush this whole thing off, or?…..
Begin impeachment hearings….
He’s todays reads….
One year into investigation, Mueller shows no signs of letting up
On May 17 of last year, acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein tapped Robert Mueller, who served more than a decade as director of the FBI, to investigate “any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump” and “prosecute federal crimes arising from the investigation of these matters.”
Since his appointment, Mueller and his team of hand-picked prosecutors have interviewed dozens of witnesses, issued eight indictments covering 19 individuals and three businesses, secured five guilty pleas, have two criminal cases headed to trial, and one individual already serving a prison sentence….
One year of Mueller’s special counsel investigation, by the numbers
Thursday marks one year since special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed to investigate Russian meddling in the 2016 US election. Mueller took over an investigation that was first opened by since-fired FBI Director James Comey in July 2016, during the campaign.
Divisions deepen as Mueller probe hits one year
Partisan divisions over the federal investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election deepened Wednesday as new developments rippled across Capitol Hill.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) started the day with the release of more than 2,000 pages of transcripts of interviews with Donald Trump Jr. and other participants in a controversial 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer — a move that Democrats said signals an effort to prematurely end the committee’s investigation.
The Senate Intelligence Committee said it agrees with the intelligence community’s assessment (ICA) in 2016 that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an interference campaign in the U.S. election to help President Trump — breaking from its counterpart in the House.
And in the House, three members of the Freedom Caucus sent a letter to Trump asking him to intervene in their increasingly acrimonious battle with the Department of Justice over access to documents related to Mueller’s investigation….
Trump marks second year of Mueller ‘witch hunt’
The president in an early morning tweet again referred to the investigation as a “witch hunt.”
“Congratulations America, we are now into the second year of the greatest Witch Hunt in American History…and there is still No Collusion and No Obstruction. The only Collusion was that done by Democrats who were unable to win an Election despite the spending of far more money!” Trump tweeted….
Special counsel Robert Mueller appears to have provided a federal judge with an unredacted version of the Justice Department memo laying out the scope of his investigation and the potential crimes he’s authorized to pursue.
However, the memo — long sought after by President Donald Trump’s allies on Capitol Hill, who regularly accuse Mueller of overstepping his bounds — remains classified and not public, leaving its details hidden.
The document was filed as an “unredacted memorandum” under seal with the U.S. District Court’s Eastern District of Virginia, where Mueller is expected to try former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on bank fraud charges….
The FBI agents assigned to Mueller’s team have been spolighted (Which is usual in a unsual case) by Poltico…Link…