Ken Delanian reports Andrew Weismann is stepping down.
Andrew Weismann's work seems to be done.
Federal Judge in Virginia shows how nice it is to be a rich white man in Virginia. Manafort was just a nice guy who went astray for a bit, y'all.
By parceling out the investigation to various jurisdictions, Mueller guaranteed it would continue, Bernstein said.
"It's important to know that the president can't pardon people convicted in the state's attorney generals investigation," Avlon reminded viewers.
Ari Melber allowed ACU Director Matt Schlapp (whose wife works in the White House communications department) plenty of time to pontificate on his tweets about how Barr would put an end to Mueller's investigation.
"If the special counsel hasn't subpoenaed Deutsche Bank, he can't be doing much of a money laundering investigation. that's what concerns me," Rep. Adam Schiff said.
"Irrespective of what the Mueller investigation is doing, I think it's incumbent on us to make make sure the American people are in a position to know what's going on," the California congresswoman said.
After Matt Whitaker made the weak claim he'd been "fully briefed" on Mueller''s investigation and thought it was "nearly done," Jeffrey Toobin set Wolf Blitzer and the CNN panel straight about how badly he was dissembling.
Roger Stone was released after his arraignment earlier today, only to face an angry, vocal crowd.
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