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Gene Lyons thinks Trump's collusion denials are wearing thin (Thursday's Sun column). Well Gene, the rest of us think 18 months of baseless accusations against Trump are wearing thin. Robert Mueller has spent millions of dollars investigating collusion and all he's gotten are two indictments (not convictions) of crimes that have nothing to do with the Trump campaign and occurred years before Trump was even a candidate. Crimes, by the way, that the Clintons have also committed, but have yet to be prosecuted. ... [Read More]
The Providence Journal asked local leaders whether Donald Trump had been a better or worse president than they thought he would be, their views of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election, and their view of what effect Trump would have on the 2018 midterms. [Read More]
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Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says she has confidence in special counsel Robert Mueller and believes "nobody should try to impede" his investigation into Russian interference in... [Read More]
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WASHINGTON: Republicans who spent the early months of 2017 working with Democrats on investigations into Russian interference in U.S. elections have pivoted as the new year begins and midterm elections loom, leaving the conclusions of those congressional probes in doubt. As special counsel Robert Mueller has ramped up his own Russian investigation and brought charges against four of President Donald Trump's former campaign advisers, Republicans have changed focus in their own Russia probes. With Trump's encouragement as he nears a year in office, multiple GOP-led congressional committees are now investigating the FBI and whether the bureau conspired against the... [Read More]
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The Providence Journal asked local leaders whether Donald Trump had been a better or worse president than they thought he would be, their views of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election, and their view of what effect Trump would have on the 2018 midterms. [Read More]
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Trump holds press conference with Norwegian prime minister at White House Many anticipate Special Counsel Robert Mueller to interview President Trump as part of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections.President Donald Trump on Wednesday appeared to back off a commitment to meet investigators looking into Russia's role in the 2016 USA election, saying an interview was "unlikely" to take place.When asked during a press conference whether he would sit... [Read More]
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Late last year, lawyers for President Trump expressed optimism that special counsel Robert Mueller was nearing the end of his probe of Russia's interference in the 2016 election. But if there was hope in the White House that Trump might be moving past an investigation that has dogged his presidency from the start, 2018 is beginning without signs of abatement. In fact, the new year set off a flurry of developments in the probes by Mueller and Congress ranging in importance... [Read More]
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Thomson Reuters This week brought more drama and a slew of revelations in the Russia investigation. President Donald Trump set lawmakers scrambling when he blasted out an early-morning tweet about a controversial surveillance law that he said was used to "so badly surveil and abuse" the Trump campaign along with the "discredited and phony Dossier." That dossier, an explosive collection of memos alleging improper ties between Trump and Russia, also took center stage when Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein unilaterally released the testimony of a key figure in the Russia probe. It also looks like special... [Read More]
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Legisladores republicanos que pasaron los primeros meses de 2017 trabajando con los demócratas en investigaciones sobre la interferencia de Rusia en las elecciones presidenciales han cambiado su atención con el nuevo año y con vistas a los comicios legislativos, dejando en duda las conclusiones de esas pesquisas. Mientras tanto, el fiscal especial Robert Mueller ha fortalecido su propia investigación y ha presentado cargos contra cuatro de los asesores de la campaña del presidente Donald Trump. Por su parte, los republicanos han cambiado su foco en sus propias investigaciones. [Read More]
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Waiting for special counsel as other Russia inquiries stall... [Read More]
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One is famed for taking on mafia strongmen like Vincent "the Chin" Gigante and Sammy the Bull. [Read More]
Alex Wong/Getty Images President Donald Trump has gotten a huge boost from a handful of conservative House members in his quest to counter special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. Many of those congressmen are members of the conservative Freedom Caucus. Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows told Business Insider that his members have taken the lead on battling Mueller because they have a disproportionate number of their members on a key committee. While President Donald Trump has spent months seeking to delegitimize special counsel Robert Mueller's probe, a small group of conservative congressmen has done... [Read More]
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Republicans who spent the early months of 2017 working with Democrats on investigations into Russian interference in U.S. elections have pivoted as the new year begins and midterm elections loom, leaving the conclusions of those congressional probes in doubt. As special counsel Robert Mueller has ramped up his own Russian investigation and... [Read More]
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Late last year, lawyers for President Donald Trump expressed optimism that special counsel Robert Mueller was nearing the end of his probe of Russia's interference in the 2016 election. But if there was hope in the White House that Trump might be moving past an investigation that has dogged his presidency from the... [Read More]
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Late last year, lawyers for President Donald Trump expressed optimism that special counsel Robert Mueller was nearing the end of his probe of Russia's interference in the 2016 election. But if there was hope in the White House that Trump might be moving past an investigation that has dogged his presidency from the... [Read More]
Scoopy's Notebook, Jan. 11, 2018 January 13, 2018 | Filed under: Scoopy's | Posted by: The Villager A screen grab from a YouTube video showing Randy Credico, left, and Roger Stone at the former Yippie Cafe at a comedy night Credico hosted there nine years ago. Pies and drugs and WikiLeaks: Readers got a kick out of our report last month that Roger Stone, the notorious G.O.P. lobbyist and Donald Trump campaign adviser, allegedly tried to buy marijuana from the former Yippie Cafe, at 9... [Read More]
Lawyers for President Donald Trump are expected to continue talks next week with special counsel Robert Mueller and his team about an interview with the president, despite... [Read More]
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Special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election, has also not asked to meet with Pence. [Read More]
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Republicans who spent the early months of 2017 working with Democrats on investigations into Russian interference in U.S. elections have pivoted as the new year begins, leaving the conclusions of those congressional probes in doubt. As special counsel Robert Mueller has ramped up his own investigation, Republicans have changed focus in their... [Read More]
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Prosecutors with special counsel Robert Mueller's team say they intend to seek a May 14 trial date for President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman and his business associate. The potential trial date for Paul Manafort and his co-defendant, Rick Gates was referenced in a court filing Friday in which prosecutors said they'd... [Read More]
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