“If you start to see this President use pardon power for people who are connected with this investigation, I think you'll see Congress erupt,” Sen. Kaine said.
Barr’s report could very well end up being blank, which itself would reveal that Mueller was not impeded in any significant way.
It's about the rule of law.
Trump's former attorney will testify in an open hearing this Wednesday.
His testimony will be limited by what could affect ongoing investigations, Ken Delanian said. He also said "all signs" are pointing to the end of the Mueller investigation.
If reports are true, Matt Whitaker, former Acting Attorney General, outright lied to Congress when asked if Donald Trump had pressured him into potentially doing anything regarding open investigations.
There are new bosses in town...
Joy Ann Reid reminds us that Congress has to spend taxpayer dollars responsibly. Tossing $5B to Trump because he's having a tantrum is the opposite of that.
"It's time for some real accountability," Merkley said.
"That's getting kind of close to the molten core of the investigation subject," Wittes said.
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