Approval of Russia probe slips as Trump's attacks solidify his base against it

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Will Mueller Indict The President? Where The Special Counsel Goes From Here

It's now one year since special counsel Robert Mueller began his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The question everybody's asking: What will come of this?

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The Memo: Trump team stokes fight over Mueller

"I said a long time ago, the only crimes were committed by the investigators rather than the president," Rudy Giuliani told The Hill.

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“I am so excited”: Stephen Colbert celebrates the one year anniversary of Robert Mueller's probe

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The stunning past 24 hours in Trump-Russia and Michael Cohen news, explained

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Trump's own voters are now warning him against firing Robert Mueller

Trump’s supporters may believe his “witch hunt” claims — but some are urging him not to fire special counsel

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Rudy Giuliani says time for Mueller probe to end

President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani says the president still wants to testify in the Russia probe, but says he is "pretty comfortable" that special counsel Robert Mueller's team could not subpoena him in the investigation.

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Mueller investigation enters Year Two: What comes next — and how it could end

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Mueller Won't Indict Trump if He Finds Wrongdoing, Giuliani Says

The special counsel’s office has told the president’s lawyers that prosecutors will follow existing guidelines that say that sitting presidents cannot be indicted.

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Inside Mueller's FBI team

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X Close www.politico.com Will Mueller Indict The President? Where The Special Counsel ...
Special counsel for the Department of Justice Robert Mueller in an Oct. 28, 2013 file photo. (Charles Dharapak/AP) It's now one year since special counsel Robert Mueller began his investigation ...
There's No Way Mueller Will Indict Trump - The Atlantic
Perhaps, just perhaps, it is that investigation that has motivated the president's response. But even here one should not repose too much hope in the Mueller investigation. Mueller will not indict the president, even for money laundering. The resolution of the current American crisis is going to be political, not criminal.
Here's why Giuliani says Mueller can't indict the president ...
Giuliani: Mueller told Trump team he won't indict president. President Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, tells Fox News that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has told the president's legal team he will follow Justice Department guidance.
Can Trump fire special counsel Mueller? Here's what could ...
President Donald Trump has again floated the idea of firing special counsel Robert Mueller. Mueller is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible collusion with Russians by Trump campaign officials.
Can the president be indicted or subpoenaed ...
Peter Carr, a spokesman for the special counsel's office, declined to comment in response to our questions whether the president could be indicted or subpoenaed to testify. The White House did not respond to the same questions.
Mueller Won't Indict Trump if He Finds Wrongdoing, Giuliani ...
Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, has concluded that he will adhere to the Justice Department view that he cannot indict a sitting president, according to President Trump's lawyers.
Where Is Bob Mueller Headed Next? - POLITICO Magazine
After 5½ months of speculation, anticipation and, in some cases, dread, Americans on Monday learned of the first charges in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 campaign.
Giuliani: Mueller Confirmed He Can't Indict Trump
(Newser) - President Trump may have some worries, but indictment by Robert Mueller's special investigation isn't one, according to Rudy Giuliani. The Trump lawyer and former New York City mayor ...
Mueller told Trump's attorneys the president remains under ...
John Dowd, Trump's top attorney dealing with the Mueller probe, resigned last month amid disputes about strategy and frustration that the president ignored his advice to refuse the special counsel's request for an interview, according to a Trump friend.
Special Counsel investigation (2017-present) - Wikipedia
The special counsel team has contacted Deutsche Bank, which is the main banking institution doing business with The Trump Organization. The Wall Street Journal reported on December 6, 2017, that Deutsche Bank received a subpoena from Mueller's office earlier that fall concerning people or entities affiliated with President Trump.
12 Russian Agents Indicted in Mueller Investigation - The New ...
WASHINGTON — The special counsel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election issued an indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers on Friday in the hacking of the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton presidential campaign.
Here Are Options For Mueller Besides Indicting President Trump
A special counsel can always delay an indictment. He could wait until the President leaves office and indict him at a later time. Of course, there is no requirement that someone be charged or ...
Five Things to Watch as Robert Mueller Makes His First Big Move
Five observations about the first indictment reportedly returned by the grand jury empaneled by Special Counsel Robert Mueller to investigate links between the Trump campaign and Russian ...
Robert Mueller: Investigation Raises Legal Questions | Time
President Trump and special counsel Robert Mueller have a complicated relationship. Mueller must carry out a largely independent investigation into Trump's dealings with Russia and possibly ...
Giuliani discusses Mueller investigation Video - ABC News
The president pleaded the feeling New York Times wrote seek peace implying that because the White House counsel Don begin it was getting hours of testimony to the special counsel. He must be a ...
Official Who Wrote The Special Counsel Rules Says Mueller Can ...
The former Justice Department official who wrote the special counsel rules that Robert Mueller can indict Trump, as long as Rod Rosenstein sign off on it.
Mueller Has Authority to Name President Trump as an ...
Imagine if Special Counsel Robert Mueller finds sufficient evidence to charge President Donald Trump, but his hands are tied because he or the Department of Justice concludes that they cannot indict a sitting President?
Mueller Lacks Authority to Indict Trump | Just Security
This is because Special Counsel Robert Mueller is bound by the opinions of the Department of Justice (DOJ)'s Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) expressly determining, in 1973, that "the indictment or criminal prosecution of a sitting President would impermissibly undermine the capacity of the executive branch to perform its constitutionally ...
Where special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation stands ...
Where special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation stands right now originally appeared on abcnews.go.com The first trial in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is set to begin this ...
Here's what the new special counsel can — and can't - CNBC
Special counsel: How Mueller's role works now In 1999, however, Congress let the special prosecutor law expire and set up new rules for the attorney general to appoint a special counsel.
Giuliani says special counsel can't indict the president ...
Tom, Ronan, thanks very much. President trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani also making headlines overnight saying the special counsel's team told him they cannot indict a president.
Gohmert: Mueller Is Hoping to Affect the Election; Screw the ...
Harris, I totally believe him when he says, 'Look, I have known Robert Mueller for 20, 30 years, and he is not going to stop until he gets some kind of indictment against the President.' And I think he is right.
FOX News' Judge Napolitano just gave the president awful news ...
The Special Counsel's options, adds Napolitano, are to indict immediately, refer a potential penalty to the House or to indict now but hold off on actually enforcing and prosecuting until the current sitting president is out of office.
The Mueller Investigation, Explained. Here's Your Guide To ...
The independent counsel statute expired in 1999, and a special counsel isn't quite as independent as an independent counsel. Mueller, as special counsel, reports to Rosenstein. Mueller, as ...
Mueller told Trump's legal team he will not indict the ...
President Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, tells Fox News that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has told the president's legal team he will follow Justice Department guidance.
FARK.com: (10117382) Judge rules Mueller does have the ...
mrshowrules: This ruling also doesn't mean Mueller can indict Trump while he is President. Mueller does not have the authority to do that under DoJ policy nor does has Grand Jury. Mueller does not have the authority to do that under DoJ policy nor does has Grand Jury.
Prof: Mueller Saying He Can't Indict a President May Really ...
Prof: Mueller Saying He Can't Indict a President May Really Be a Bad Sign for Trump by Ronn Blitzer | 8:48 am, May 17th, 2018 President Donald Trump 's attorney Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller told him that he cannot indict Trump because he's a sitting president.
Yes, Mueller Can Indict Trump - Pacific Standard
As a legal scholar, Eric Posner is careful not to prejudge anything about the special counsel's investigation of President Donald Trump and his team. As he notes, we have no idea what Robert Mueller 's team has discovered, or what it will be able to prove in court.
Gohmert: Mueller Won't Stop Until 'Some Kind of Indictment ...
Special counsel Robert Mueller wants to "screw over the president" and will not stop his investigation until "he gets some kind of indictment against" President Donald Trump, Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, told Fox News on Wednesday.
Special Counsel's Office | Department of Justice
Special Counsel's Office On May 17, 2017, Robert S. Mueller III was appointed by acting Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein to serve as Special Counsel by the order below. Order 3915-2017