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Banks That Sold Puerto Rico Bonds Are Facing Their Own Robert Mueller

Five years after the Puerto Rico bond market collapsed, ruining the retirement and life savings of thousands of retail investors, investigators are likely to place much of the blame on the big banks who underwrote  and sold the bonds to … Continue reading

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‘VIVA LE RESISTANCE’: Mueller Team Attorney Sent Anti-Trump Texts. The attorney’s messages sh…

‘VIVA LE RESISTANCE’: Mueller Team Attorney Sent Anti-Trump Texts. The attorney’s messages show that he was distressed at the FBI’s decision in October 2016 to re-open the investigation into Clinton’s emails. Democrats have claimed that decision hurt Clinton at the … Continue reading

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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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