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Can President Trump Get Rid of Robert Mueller?

Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel to lead the federal government’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Since his appointment in 2017, Mueller has issued indictments against individuals from the United … Continue reading

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Firing Mueller Is Only the First Step

I agree with much of what my friend and colleague Richard Pierce has written in his essay, “The Easy Path to Firing Mueller,” but I partially dissent because Pierce, probably like President Donald Trump, has not figured out what comes next. … Continue reading

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The Easy Path to Firing Mueller

The easiest way for President Donald Trump to fire special counsel Robert Mueller is to begin by firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. The U.S. Department of Justice regulation that governs special counsel Mueller allows him to be fired only … Continue reading

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Dershowitz to Mueller: Stop. Just stop.

Go figure that a man known as a skilled appellate defense attorney might have an animus against the idea of a roving prosecutor, but don’t let that keep people from hearing Alan Dershowitz out. He writes in The Hill that Congress … Continue reading

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VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: The Paradoxes of the Mueller Investigation….

VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: The Paradoxes of the Mueller Investigation. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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