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DNC's Perez on defense amid criticism of 'sham' Russia-Trump lawsuit

Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez found himself on defense Sunday responding to criticism that his party's lawsuit against Russia, President Trump and other 2016 campaign figures is a "sham" that contradicts his push to let Special Counsel

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Trump dropped an explosive hint about Mueller and the Russia investigation

AP Photo/Evan Vucci President Donald Trump suggested in a tweet on Friday night that the Russia investigation being conducted by the special counsel Robert Mueller is illegitimate. Trump made that assertion in a tweet, while drawing a handful of conclusi

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A bunch of former federal prosecutors signed a letter calling for Mueller's appointment last year — now four of them find themselves directly involved in the Michael Cohen case

Yana Paskova/Getty Images A handful of former federal prosecutors who signed a letter calling for the appointment of a special counsel last May now find themselves playing a role in the government's case against Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's lo

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Rudy to the rescue? Giuliani vows to wrap up Mueller probe

Former New York City mayor and U.S. attorney Rudy Giuliani is vowing to bring to an end Robert Mueller's longrunning Russia investigation as he joins President Trump's legal team, touting his personal relationship with the special counsel.

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Pittsburgh police brace for violence if Donald Trump fires Robert Mueller

Pittsburgh police are preparing for riots if President Donald Trump fires Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating the Russia scandal.

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Comey: 'I didn't have confidence' in deputy AG Rosenstein

In the wake of President Donald Trump's tweet hinting there might be "tapes" of their conversations, former FBI director James Comey said he had a friend disclose details of his interactions with Trump in order to prompt a special counsel.

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Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani Is Joining Trump's Legal Team

The former prosecutor said he hopes to negotiate an end to the special counsel investigation.

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Rosenstein told Trump last week he's not a target in Russia probe: Bloomberg

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told President Donald Trump last week that he is not a target of any part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday.

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Police prepare for riot in case Mueller fired

Pittsburgh police ordered its detectives to bring riot gear to work Thursday in anticipation of protests should President Donald Trump fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

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McConnell says he will not allow vote on bill protecting Mueller from firing

Republican Senate majority leader says bill is ‘not necessary’ because Trump will not fire special counsel, despite bipartisan fearsThe Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, has said he will not allow a vote on a bill that would protect the special

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Mitch McConnell shut down the idea of passing a bill to protect Mueller from being fired by Trump

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he has no intention to allow a vote on a bill to protect the special counsel Robert Mueller from being fired by President Donald Trump. McConnell made the assertion during a Fox Ne

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Legislation to protect Mueller 'not necessary,' McConnell says

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., told Fox News Tuesday that legislation designed to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from being dismissed by President Trump was "not necessary" and would not be brought to the Senate floor.

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If Trump axes Rosenstein, here's who could be asked to fire special counsel Robert Mueller

If Trump fires Rosenstein, Solicitor General Noel Francisco could be tasked with firing the special counsel.

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The New York Times editorial board just drew a line in the sand for Republicans on Russia

As Donald Trump openly toys with the possibility of firing deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein or special counsel Robert Mueller (or both), the New York Times editorial board has published a striking and strident piece warning Republicans that the time

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Nearly 500 Former Justice Department Employees Ask Congress to Act ‘Forcefully’ If Trump Fires Robert Mueller

Nearly 500 former Department of Justice employees have signed on to a statement calling on Congress to “swiftly and forcefully” intervene if President Trump moves to oust Special Counsel Robert Mueller. First published on Friday, the letter ha

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Pelosi claims Mueller was ‘fired’ in bizarre email to donors

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is fundraising off the firing of “our only hope” Special Counsel Robert Mueller that hasn’t happened.

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Comey 'highly confident' deputy attorney general will refuse to fire special counsel

Former FBI Director James Comey says he's "highly confident" that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein would refuse to fire special counsel Robert Mueller if ordered to do so by President Donald Trump.

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Bharara: Would be 'kind of abusive' if Trump pardoned Libby for political message

Speculation surrounding President Donald Trump's motive to pardon Scooter Libby this week continues, as the special counsel probe could put some of Trump's allies in the hot seat.

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Cohen Denies Report That Mueller Has Evidence Of Secret Prague Trip

Trump’s lawyer is doubling down after McClatchy DC reported the special counsel can prove a big part of the Steele dossier.

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Comey played key role in Libby case

The surprise news that President Donald Trump is expected to pardon Scooter Libby includes a lesser-known, eyebrow-raising detail: the man who authorized the special counsel in that case was none other than James Comey.

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Trump's lawyers pull back proposal for President to talk to Mueller

The FBI raid of the office of President Donald Trump's attorney caused the President's team to back off presenting a proposal they were preparing for special counsel Robert Mueller about an interview with the President, according to sources familiar with

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The constitutional question: Can Congress stop Trump from firing Mueller?

As President Donald Trump rants anew about the Russia investigation, a bipartisan group of senators is trying to jump-start legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from being fired.

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Pompeo: I spoke with Mueller

While answering questions at his confirmation hearing, President Trump's secretary of state pick Mike Pompeo confirms he has spoken with special counsel Robert Mueller.

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Bannon reportedly pitched the White House a 3-point plan to derail the Mueller investigation

Moritz Hager/Reuters The former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is proposing a three-part plan for the White House to counter the special counsel Robert Mueller and the Russia probe, The Washington Post reports. First, fire Deputy Attorney Gene

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