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GOP Senator Questions Whether Mueller Team Cell Phone Deletions Were ‘Widespread Intentional Effort’

Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley is questioning whether deletions from more than two dozen cell phones used by members of the special counsel’s team were part of a “widespread intentional effort” to scrub data from the devices. Grassley, the Republican chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, asked Attorney General William Barr and FBI Director Christopher Wray in a letter on Friday ...

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House Can Access Mueller Grand Jury Info, Appeals Court Rules

The House of Representatives can review secret grand-jury information cited and redacted from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s report into Russian election interference in 2016, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. In a 2-1 ruling, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia upheld a previous ruling by a D.C. District Court judge who sided with the Democratic-led ...

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House Lawyers Say They May Use Mueller Grand Jury Materials In Senate Impeachment Trial

Lawyers for the House Judiciary Committee told a federal appeals court Monday that congressional impeachment managers could use grand jury materials from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation in President Donald Trump’s Senate trial. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit asked House lawyers and the Department of Justice to address whether the House’s impeachment vote effectively ended ...

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Mueller Star Witness Is Sentenced To 45 Days In Jail, To Be Served On Weekends

Rick Gates, the former Trump campaign official who was a star witness in several cases handled by the special counsel’s office, was sentenced Tuesday to serve 45 days in jail on conspiracy and false statements charges. Gates, a former business associate of Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, will be allowed to serve out his sentence on weekends, according to The ...

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DOJ Will Start Releasing Hundreds Of Pages Of Mueller Probe Documents Each Month

The Justice Department will start releasing 500 pages of notes from witness interviews in the special counsel’s probe each month, beginning on Nov. 1. According to CNN, a Justice Department lawyer said at a hearing that the agency has 800 witness interview transcripts, known as FD-302s, totaling more than 44,000 pages. CNN and BuzzFeed sued DOJ to begin releasing 302s ...

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Mueller Report And Trump Put Obama’s Legacy On The Line

Barack Obama inflicted all sorts of damage on America during his eight years in office. As we well know  Barack Obama began an unrelenting assault on police from his earliest days in office starting with the Cambridge police saying they acted stupidly to embracing Black Lives Matter, the Ferguson, Mo, Situation, Trevon Martin and many other shaming police rhetoric. Currently, ...

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House Judiciary Suing For Grand Jury Information From Mueller Report

House Democrats filed a lawsuit Friday in an attempt to get grand jury information from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. The Democrats said they need the grand jury information in order to better inform the lower chamber about impeaching President Donald Trump. Mueller‘s 22-month investigation found that there was Russian interference in the 2016 election, but did not definitively ...

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Mueller, Democrats And The Lie Of “Purview”

During the Democrat’s hate-Trump show-trial last Wednesday in the House of Representatives, one Republican asked Mr. Mueller about the Steele Dossier and the Fusion GPS aspects of his two-year investigation, and Mr. Mueller very quickly, perhaps a little too quickly and sounding a little too rehearsed, stated that those things were beyond his “purview” during the investigation. In other words, ...

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House Intel Interviewed Georgian-American Businessman Mentioned In Mueller Report

The House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday interviewed a Georgian-American businessman mentioned in the special counsel’s report. Giorgi Rtskhiladze told The Daily Caller News Foundation that he spent eight hours with the committee, which asked about his business contacts with Michael Cohen and the Trump Organization. Rtskhiladze has filed a complaint with the Justice Department regarding the special counsel’s report, which ...

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Trey Gowdy: Mystery FBI Transcript ‘Actually Changed My Perspective’ Of Russia Probe

Trey Gowdy said Sunday that an FBI transcript he reviewed while in Congress changed his “perspective” of the Mueller investigation. Republicans have alluded to the mystery transcript, which is believed to be from an FBI informant’s interactions with George Papadopoulos. Gowdy has previously said the transcript is a potential “game-changer” in terms of the public’s opinion of the FBI’s investigation ...

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House Intelligence Committee To Hold Hearing On Mueller Probe

Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee have scheduled a hearing next Wednesday to explore the counterintelligence implications from the special counsel’s investigation Democrats are likely to focus on whether contacts between Russians and Trump associates have made the Trump administration vulnerable to the Kremlin Republicans will also have an opportunity to discuss the partially-debunked Steele dossier The House Intelligence Committee ...

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House Democrats To Hold Barr, Ross In Contempt Of Congress

Elijah Cummings

The House Oversight and Reform Committee announced Monday it will vote on holding Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt of Congress, Politico reports. The announcement comes as both Barr and Ross refuse to provide documents in regards to adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census. “Unfortunately, your actions are part of a pattern,” Maryland ...

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House Schedules First Hearing On Mueller’s Findings

The House Judiciary Committee scheduled its first hearings focused on former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report into interference between Russia and the Trump campaign Monday. The committee, which is led by New York Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler, plans on interviewing those mentioned in the Mueller report to focus on “the most overt acts of obstruction.” The hearings are titled “Lessons ...

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Nadler Responds To Mueller: ‘Falls To Congress To Respond To The Crimes’

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler responded to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s first public remarks since his report was released, hinting that it is likely Mueller will be subpoenaed to testify in front of Congress. In a statement released by Nadler after Mueller’s press conference at the Department Of Justice, Nadler thanked Mueller for his service and said that “although Department ...

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