The Hill's Morning Report — Trump heads to Paris as attorney general controversy intensifies

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s exit proves once again that the only important thing in Trump world is Trump.

The newly installed head of the Justice Department, Matthew G. Whitaker, espoused views that a constitutional scholar called “internally contradictory” and “ignorant.”

Trump tweet provokes consternation across Washington, where politicians from both sides have long warned that political interference in Robert Mueller's work cannot be tolerated.

Thousands of people rally in support of Mueller in nationwide demonstrations — here's how it played out Thousands of people rally in support of Mueller in nationwide demonstrations — here's how it played out

Jeff Sessions' resignation as attorney general could spell trouble for special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Matthew Whitaker has warned that Robert Mueller's Russia investigation risks "going too far" and supported limits on the prosecutor's power. President Donald

Before counting all the midterm votes, Trump makes his first move on Mueller, firing Sessions

Mueller's investigation of Trump is going too far

Probing the finances of the President or his family goes beyond special counsel Robert Mueller's purview, says former federal prosecutor Matthew Whittaker.