When former Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivered his final report for the Russia investigation, he declined to deliver a judgment on whether President Donald Trump should be prosecuted for obstructing justice. Attorney General Bill Barr decided to usurp this responsibility, declaring that the fa
Rep. Adam Schiff talks with Ali Velshi about the revelations in John Bolton’s new book, Bill Barr’s efforts to use threats from the DOJ to protect Donald Trump from embarrassment, and how Bolton’s testimony would have aided in the impeachment of Trump.
Source: Schiff rips Barr for using DOJ to protect Trump from Bolton : MSNBC
Despite a public condemnation by Attorney General Bill Barr, President Donald Trump is back tweeting and attacking a wide range of Justice Department attorneys and investigations. That includes the …
Trump blurted out an admission of sorts, confirming that his handpicked attorney general “took charge” of a case involving one of his friends.
Rachel Maddow shares new reporting from NBC News that confirms suspicions that unusual course changes in the prosecution of former Trump NSA Michael Flynn, and long-time Trump political adviser Roger Stone are the result of politically motivated interference by Attorney General Bill Barr.
In a scorching column for the Daily Beast, David Rothkopf accused Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Attorney General Bill Barr of standing by while President Donald Trump purges anyone who crossed him with their testimony during his impeachment trial, with the columnist saving most of his vitriol for Republicans who are letting the president continue to break the law.
Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) on Thursday used quotes from Attorney General Bill Barr and Trump impeachment lawyer Alan Dershowitz to argue that, contrary to President Donald Trump’s claims, abuse of power is an impeachable offense. During his presentation before the Senate, Nadler played a clip of Dershowitz from 1998 in which he argued that impeaching […]
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s long-awaited report revealed a two-year campaign of obstruction by Donald Trump, senior Democrats said Thursday, vowing to hold the US president accountable.
“Even in its incomplete form, the Mueller report outlines disturbing evidence that President Trump engaged in obstruction of justice and other misconduct,” said Representative Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.
“The responsibility now falls to Congress to hold the president accountable for his actions,” he said in a statement.
Attorney General Bill Barr on Thursday released the redacted 400-page report after already declaring that it provided no proof that Trump colluded with Russian intelligence to influence the 2016 presidential election.