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
The Trump administration on Thursday asked the Supreme Court to shield redacted grand jury materials related to former special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe from the Democratic-led House.
Colorado Republican Rep. Ken Buck got an answer he wasn’t expecting when he asked former special counsel Robert Mueller whether Trump could be indicted. Buck was trying to damage Mueller for suggesting that Trump may have committed obstruction of justice but declining to make a decision on whether the president had actually committed obstruction.
Then he just did a really dumb thing. He asked, “Could you charge the president with a crime after he left office?” Oops.