President Donald Trump attacked Robert Mueller on Monday, even as he insisted he would not watch the special counsel’s potentially damaging Congressional testimony this week about the two-year Russia investigation.
US Attorney General Bill Barr rejected allegations in a Senate hearing Wednesday that he had whitewashed the Mueller Russian interference report to protect President Donald Trump, but then refused to appear before the House to answer similar questions.
The findings of probe are more damaging for Trump, say investigators.
Mueller’s conclusion that Trump did not collude with Russia to win the presidency.
A Democratic lawmaker in the US House of Representatives filed legislation on Tuesday that would require Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report to be made public and give Congress access to the investigation’s underlying evidence.
Democrats will subpoena Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s final report on his investigation into links between US President Donald Trump’s 2016 election team and Russia if it is not given to Congress, senior lawmaker Adam Schiff said on Sunday.
Trump criticizes media reports that Robert Mueller has compiled a list of more than 40 questions to ask the president.
Consider the logic behind Republicans, as well as President Donald Trump’s own dealing with critics. It reveals a self-interested corrupting of American political discourse.
By going after Mr Trump’s campaign manager and another aide, the special prosecutor shows he will delve deeply into the past in search of criminal activity.