Senator Sheldon Whitehouse told Wolf Blitzer that Mueller was "circling the wagons" around the Trump campaign, and he fully expected it to be the next target.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse told Wolf Blitzer that the logical next step in light of all the evidence known so far would be for the Mueller team to link up the RNC Ukraine platform change with a quid pro quo, possibly bringing the Trump campaign into an indictment.
"If you are in that seat because the White House has big expectations that you will protect the president from the due process of law, that should give every senator pause," Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse said.
Sen. Whitehouse said at least for now, it's a sign that the White House is backing off from the Mueller investigation.
The senator from Rhode Island spoke about the president's signing statement on Russian sanctions.
"I think it's getting ready to boil over," said Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse.
"They're getting increasingly fed up with being put in harm's way by presidential and White House misbehavior," said Sen. Whitehouse.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse put Sessions religious zeal to the test during his confirmation hearing.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse quizzed Sen. Session about if he feels he can be fair to "secular" employees at the DOJ.
Let's get to work and see if there's video out there of it!
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