By dangling a pardon, Trump could have kept quiet the best source of information about a conspiracy with Russia: campaign manager Paul Manafort.
With his announcement of a press conference before the Mueller Report's release, Barr appeared determined to keep spinning in defense of Trump.
Trump was feeling great about Attorney General William Barr’s very short summary of the Mueller report when Barr first released it last month. Trump even declared that the Mueller report, which he has not seen, was a “complete and ...
If Mueller had found no evidence whatsoever of conspiracy and obstruction, Barr would have said so in his four-page letter. He didn't.
Barr’s unwillingness to share grand jury material means he will withhold from Congress massive amounts of evidence in the Mueller Report.
Reprinted with permission from Alternet. While speaking with reporters Tuesday in the Oval Office, President Donald Trump repeatedly called for an investigation into the “oranges” of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. The flub was ...
Mueller clearly found some evidence of a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence -- although not enough to charge a felony.
The president’s own lawyer thinks it’s an open question -- indeed, a “difficult” legal problem -- as to whether Trump committed obstruction of justice in the Russia probe.
Why would Mueller avoid reaching a conclusion on obstruction, only to let Barr and Rosenstein decide? A new report says that isn't what he wanted.