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Source: The Week

Everyone is going to be disappointed by the Mueller report

Friday 09:54 GMT

On Thursday, almost two years after the special counsel investigation headed by Robert Mueller was launched, the Department of Justice will publish Mueller's much-anticipated report — with redactions, of course, to protect classified material and raw grand-jury testimony.

If Mueller included that in his report, then Trump might get a big win — but if Mueller concludes that the FBI did have a valid reason to surveil Page, it's going to burst that narrative bubble in a hurry.

3 Articles
Source: The Week

Everyone is going to be disappointed by the Mueller report

Friday 09:54 GMT

On Thursday, almost two years after the special counsel investigation headed by Robert Mueller was launched, the Department of Justice will publish Mueller's much-anticipated report — with redactions, of course, to protect classified material and raw grand-jury testimony.

If Mueller included that in his report, then Trump might get a big win — but if Mueller concludes that the FBI did have a valid reason to surveil Page, it's going to burst that narrative bubble in a hurry.

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Source: Fox News

David Bossie: Mueller probe was a waste of time and money – No collusion, no obstruction

Friday 09:55 GMT

On the issue of obstruction of justice, we know the report says Mueller left the decision on possible obstruction by Trump up to Barr.

Barr has already informed us that the report states categorically that there was no collusion between the 2016 Trump presidential campaign and the government of Russia to elect Donald Trump president. The report finally puts to bed the main allegation that the left has been consumed with for nearly three years.

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Source: Fox News

Laura Ingraham: 'Time' is up for anti-Trump fanatics, with their Russian collusion delusion and 'best of' lists

Friday 15:25 GMT

Of course the hard-core Socialists and their media co-conspirators will cling to the Russian delusion for as long as they can, or simply shift to new targets within Trump World.

Bleeding circulation for years, unable to translate its print appeal to an Internet age, TIME has gone from a circulation of nearly 20 million worldwide to a few million, primarily web-based. The only thing really keeping it going is its two flagships: the "Person of the Year" issue and its "100 Most Influential" issue.

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Source: Global News

Here’s why Mueller declined to charge Trump with obstruction of justice

Friday 15:25 GMT

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s long-awaited report revealed that investigators struggled with whether to charge President Donald Trump with obstruction of justice, but ultimately declined to do so because there was no underlying crime and because the president’s actions “took place in public view.”

READ MORE: William Barr said White House gave Mueller ‘unfettered’ access — but Trump refused to testify. Since the completion of the Mueller investigation, one of the central questions has been why the special counsel’s team failed to reach a conclusion on whether Trump obstructed justice.

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Source: CTV

Trump tried to have Mueller fired, report reveals

Friday 18:09 GMT

Public at last, special counsel Robert Mueller's report revealed to a waiting nation Thursday that U.S. President Donald Trump tried to seize control of the Russia probe and force Mueller's removal to stop him from investigating potential obstruction of justice by the president.

In June of that year, Mueller wrote, Trump directed White House Counsel Don McGahn to call Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversaw the probe, and say that Mueller must be ousted because he had conflicts of interest.

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Source: Fox News

Mueller report ignites new Dem battle over impeachment

Saturday 08:59 GMT

Just a month after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unequivocally stated her opposition to impeachment proceedings against President Trump, the Robert Mueller report has reignited the debate inside her caucus.

The sprawling and detailed Mueller report released Thursday, while effectively clearing the president and his associates on the Russia collusion charge central to the probe, outlined a series of Trump actions that were investigated as part of the obstruction-of-justice inquiry.

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Source: Fox News

Trump campaign says it raised over $1 million since Mueller report’s release

Saturday 16:19 GMT

“The biggest takeaway for the campaign was that President Trump -- once again -- was completely exonerated of the ludicrous Russia collusion allegations and was again found not to have obstructed the special counsel’s investigation,” Trump's campaign COO, Michael Glassner, said in a statement.

TRUMP CAMPAIGN GOES ON POST-MUELLER ATTACK AGAINST 'OBAMA-ERA DOJ AND FBI,' WARNS 'JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED'. “The release of the full Mueller report directly led to the campaign raising more than $1 million,” he said. “Relative to our recent daily average, the Mueller news drove a 250 percent increase in fundraising from grassroots donors.”

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Source: The Guradian

What's missing The clues to Barr's 1,000 Mueller report redactions

Sunday 04:13 GMT

The Mueller report contains tantalising details of Trump campaign dealings with Russia and of the president’s possible attempts to obstruct justice.

A close reading of the 448-page report made public offers clues as to what is missing, including remarks made by Trump about sensitive matters. The report gives a voluminous account of how Russian military intelligence hacked and released Democratic party emails, and how Moscow used social media to boost Trump and damage Hillary Clinton.

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Source: Fox News

Why did Mueller wait to answer collusion question, Bush AG Michael Mukasey asks

Sunday 08:58 GMT

Speaking to Fox News host Bill Hemmer on the latest episode of the “Hemmer Time” podcast, Mukasey asked why Mueller did not reveal the most important piece of information he uncovered until submitting his report to Attorney General William Barr. “When did Bob Mueller know, or when did the people who worked with him know, that there was no coordination, which is what they were looking for?” the ex-AG said to Hemmer.

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Source: Fox News

Dan Gainor: Media won’t drop false collusion claims against Trump, as reporter demands Sarah Sanders be fired

Sunday 16:19 GMT

Most news organizations downplayed, ignored or outright contradicted the conclusion of the report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller that there was no collusion between the Trump election campaign and Russia to help elect Donald Trump president in 2016.

CNN reporter Dana Bash portrayed the Mueller report as “a road map to potential impeachment proceedings”. CNN political commentator Symone Sanders – who was national press secretary for Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in his 2016 presidential campaign – made it clear she wants to go beyond impeachment. She blasted the justice system and argued that President Trump should “be in handcuffs right now.”. MSNBC anchor Brian Williams called Barr “Baghdad Bill Barr,” a reference to former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein’s spokesman, who told absurd lies to reporters.

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Source: Fox News

Trump declares Mueller-probe win, tweeting out NY Post front page

Sunday 23:38 GMT

President Trump, reiterating his firm belief that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation had been a political and unsuccessful witch hunt, tweeted out the New York Post's front page and its bold, declarative  headline: "TRUMP CLEAN." The page showed Trump smiling alongside the phrases, "No crimes committed," and "Dem hoax destroyed."

"Special alternate-universe front-page award to [New York Post]," Dan Froomkin, editor of White House Watch, tweeted.

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Source: Global News

Giuliani says there’s ‘nothing wrong’ with Trump’s 2016 campaign taking info from Russia

Monday 22:44 GMT

President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani insisted Sunday there was “nothing wrong” with the president’s 2016 campaign taking information from the Russians, as House Democrats pledged stepped-up investigations into campaign misconduct and possible crimes of obstruction detailed in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.

WATCH: Romney says he’s ‘sickened’ by dishonesty of Trump White House after reading Mueller report. “There’s nothing wrong with taking information from Russians,” Giuliani said, referring to a June 2016 Trump Tower meeting involving Trump’s son Donald Jr., son-in-law Jared Kushner and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and a lawyer linked to Russia.

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Source: Fox News

Tulsi Gabbard: Mueller report found 'no collusion took place,' Dems shouldn't push to impeach Trump

Tuesday 01:29 GMT

Gabbard, a Democrat, told "America's News HQ" that while she supported the Mueller investigation, "the conclusion that came from that Mueller report was that no collusion took place. Now is the time for us to come together as a country to put the issues and the interests and the concerns that the American people have at the forefront, to take action to bring about real solutions for them."

I think it's really important for us, in this country, to come together and have the American people vote to take Donald Trump out of office in 2020."

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Source: Fox News

Tulsi Gabbard: Mueller report found 'no collusion took place,' Dems shouldn't push to impeach Trump

Tuesday 01:29 GMT

Gabbard, a Democrat, told "America's News HQ" that while she supported the Mueller investigation, "the conclusion that came from that Mueller report was that no collusion took place. Now is the time for us to come together as a country to put the issues and the interests and the concerns that the American people have at the forefront, to take action to bring about real solutions for them."

I think it's really important for us, in this country, to come together and have the American people vote to take Donald Trump out of office in 2020."


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