Trump: Putin meeting ‘none of your business’

Off to Japan’s G-20 summit, Donald Trump says “the Mueller thing never stops,” reacting to Robert Mueller’s expected testimony. Reporters asking about a meeting with Vladimir Putin, Trump replied: “what I say to him is none of your business.” (June 26)

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Hope Hicks arrives to talk to House lawmakers

The former communications director for President Donald Trump has arrived to talk to House lawmakers, marking the first time they hear from someone linked to Trump’s inner circle since the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. (June 19)

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Trump: Radical Democrats ‘want to destroy you’

President Donald Trump kicked off his reelection campaign in Florida with a grievance-filled rally that attacked the press, the political establishment and Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation into Russian election interference. (June 18)

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Watergate’s John Dean: Mueller left ‘road map’

John Dean, a star witness during Watergate who helped bring down the Nixon presidency, testifies that special counsel Robert Mueller left Congress with a “road map” for investigating President Donald Trump. (June 10)

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Trump blasts Mueller, says investigation biased

President Donald Trump blasts special counsel Robert Mueller, as a “never Trumper” who led a biased investigation on Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election. (May 30)

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What Robert Mueller’s Press Conference Means For Congress (HBO)

For the last two years, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has allowed his work to speak for him. On Wednesday, when he finally stepped to the podium to speak to the American public, he suggested that neither Congress nor Attorney General William Barr had read that work closely enough.

Mueller used his first and only press conference on the subject to highlight the passages of his book-length report that have been fiercely debated in the five weeks since its release. Namely: Charging Trump with obstruction of justice was never on the table — despite what Barr said — and now, any further action is up to Congress.

In a brief, understated appearance, Mueller gave voice to his 448-page report, emphasizing that he would have cleared Trump if the facts had allowed him to do so. He also made clear the limits of his power as a prosecutor, pointing out that the Constitution lays out another mechanism for holding presidents accountable — impeachment — without explicitly using the i-word.

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Here’s the latest for Wednesday, May 29: Special Counsel Robert Mueller breaks silence; White House says “move on” from Russia probe; Record number of tornadoes in Midwest; Traffic jam on Mount Everest.

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Nadler on Trump: No one is above the law

House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler says the responsibility to look into US President Donald Trump’s “crimes, lies and other wrongdoing” falls on Congress, and he has vowed to finish the work Special Counsel Robert Mueller started. (May 29)

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