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Mueller Says Manafort Faces Up To 24.5 Years In Prison

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The special counsel’s office said Friday that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort faces between 19 and 24.5 years in prison for the tax and bank fraud charges for which he was convicted in August. Citing federal sentencing guidelines, prosecutors also said that Manafort faces a fine of up to $24 million for his fraud. The longtime GOP operative was ...

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AG Nominee Says He’d Resign If Ordered to Fire Mueller ‘Without Good Cause’

Attorney general nominee William Barr told senators Monday that he would resign if ordered to fire special counsel Robert Mueller without a legitimate reason. “I would resign rather than follow an order to terminate the Special Counsel without good cause,” Barr wrote in response to a list of questions posed by the Senate Judiciary Committee, according to USA Today. Barr’s ...

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Half Of America Doesn’t Have Confidence Mueller’s Report Will Be Fair

The majority of Americans support congressional Democrats’ calls to investigate President Donald Trump’s past communication and financial ties with Russia, but half of them lack confidence that special counsel Robert Mueller’s report will be fair and even-handed. A Washington Post-ABC News poll released Sunday showed that 50 percent of Americans surveyed don’t believe Mueller’s probe, which is currently investigating Russian ...

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Roger Stone Charged In Mueller Probe

Roger Stone, a longtime confidant of President Trump, was indicted Friday morning on charges in the special counsel’s investigation. Prosecutors charged Stone with seven counts, including five for false statements, one for witness tampering, and one for obstruction of justice. He will appear in federal court Friday morning for his first hearing. Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation ...

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Trump Team Reportedly Rejected Mueller Request For POTUS Interview

President Trump’s attorneys rejected a request from Special Counsel Robert Mueller in recent weeks for a sit-down interview with the Republican, according to CNN. The request was made after Nov. 20, 2018, when Trump’s lawyers responded in writing to a list of questions from Mueller, who is investigating possible collusion with Russia as well as obstruction of justice. Trump’s legal ...

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Judge Extends Mueller Grand Jury

A federal grand jury being used by Special Counsel Robert Mueller received an extension on Friday, signaling that the Russia probe may be further from ending than previously thought. According to The Washington Post, U.S. District Court Chief Judge Beryl Howell approved an extension of up to six months for the grand jury, which was empaneled on July 5, 2017. ...

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Mueller And Miranda: Why Everyone Must Protect Themselves From Their Own Government

Along with the hundreds of things that are wrong, very bad wrong, about the Mueller collusion investigation, it’s what happened to Mike Flynn, the Lieutenant General with over 30 years of military service whose life has been ruined by the radical Mueller hanging crew, that is perhaps the most shameful miscarriage of justice in American history. While helping the Trump ...

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DOJ Watchdog Was Unable To Recover Peter Strzok’s Text Messages During Mueller Tenure

Justice Department investigators were unable to recover text messages that Peter Strzok and Lisa Page sent during their short tenure on the special counsel’s investigation, according to a report released Thursday by the DOJ’s office of the inspector general (OIG). According to the OIG report, iPhones issued by the special counsel’s office to Strzok and Page were reset after they ...

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If Ken Starr Was A Sex Fiend, Why Isn’t Robert Mueller One Also?

One fondly recalls, during the 1990s, the Clinton supporters claiming that Ken Starr, the special investigator appointed to investigate the Clinton administration’s various scandals, was a sex fiend for all of the sexual tie-ins he found that tarnished Bill Clinton as a predator for his numerous sexual escapades, many of which were violent and unwanted, and led to Clinton‘s being ...

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Does Mueller’s Latest Filing In The Michael Cohen Case Show Collusion?

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President Trump is claiming that a memo released by Special Counsel Robert Mueller regarding information provided by Michael Cohen “totally clears the president” of collusion allegations Trump’s critics disagreed, noting that Mueller’s filing reveals new details of contacts between Cohen and Russians, while making vague statements about “useful information” that Cohen gave prosecutors The Mueller filing does not say that ...

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Giuliani: Mueller’s Team Doesn’t Believe Paul Manafort’s Trump Statements

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Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani told CNN Friday that the special counsel’s office does not believe Paul Manafort’s denials regarding President Donald Trump. Giuliani claimed that prosecutors believe Trump had advance knowledge of an infamous meeting held at Trump Tower with a group of Russians on June 9, 2016, according to CNN. Special counsel Robert Mueller accused Manafort on Nov. 26 of ...

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Report: Prosecutors Resume Foreign Lobby Probe Of Podesta Group, Mercury Public Affairs

Federal prosecutors have recently resumed interviewing witnesses in an investigation of two lobbying firms that worked with former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, including one operated by the brother of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. According to the Associated Press, prosecutors in New York have in recent weeks started contacting witnesses and attorneys as part of an investigation into the ...

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Mueller Recommends No Jail Time For Michael Flynn, Who Provided ‘Substantial Assistance’ To Russia Probe

Special counsel Robert Mueller on Tuesday effectively recommended that Michael Flynn receive no prison time for lying to the FBI, citing the former national security advisor’s “substantial assistance” in the Russia probe and other Department of Justice (DOJ) cases. “Given the defendant’s substantial assistance and other considerations set forth below, a sentence at the low end of the guideline range ...

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Mueller Grand Jury Witness Suggests Assange Lawyer Helped Him Score Interview, Previously Denied Knowing Any WikiLeaks Attorneys

Mueller grand jury witness Randy Credico said in a recent interview that a WikiLeaks associate helped him obtain an interview in August 2016 with Julian Assange. Credico’s admission is significant because he has previously downplayed his links to WikiLeaks and and denied being a conduit between WikiLeaks and Trump confidant Roger Stone. Stone has claimed for more than a year ...

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