Robert Mueller Headlines

  • Fact-Checking a Facebook Executive’s Comments on Russian Interference

    Rob Goldman, Facebook vice president for ads, tweeted about Russia’s disinformation effort. President Trump then cited him. We fact-checked Mr. Goldman.

    www.nytimes.com
  • Donald Trump Taunts Oprah At End Of Manic Weekend Of Tweets And TV News Watching

    Being at Mar-a-Lago the weekend right after Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein unveiled special counsel’s latest blockbuster indictments in Robert Mueller’s Russian election meddling probe, took a heavy toll on President Donald Trump. Unable to blow off steam golfing daily at his course, Trump instead spent the weekend watching TV news and tweeting manically. In what appeared to be his latest effort before finally crashing Sunday night, Trump lit into Oprah Winfrey, who appeared in…

    Deadline
  • Dem Sen Casey: 'Mistake' for Mueller to Release Russian Collusion Findings Before the 2018 Elections

    Sunday, Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) warned FBI special counsel Robert Mueller to not release his Russian collusion report until after the 2018 elections are over. “I don’t think we’ll know anywhere near the full story until [Mueller] issues his report. I don’t know if that report will be this spring or this summer. But once you get into the summer, and you get close to the election, I think it’s a mistake for him to release it late. I think you should wait until after [the election],“ Casey said to...

    Breitbart
  • Editorial: Romney Was Right

    “The 1980s are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back, because the Cold War’s been over for 20 years.” That, of course, was President Barack Obama rather lame joke, delivered during the third presidential debate of 2012. He was ridiculing Mitt Romney’s assertion that Russia is America’s “number one geopolitical foe.” The former president has received just derision for his quip, but it was the gullibility of his outlook—and, indeed, that of his fellow progressives—that now appears so...

    Weekly Standard
  • As Robert Mueller fights Russian interference, Trump is MIA

    Special prosecutor is only 1 warrior trying to protect U.S. elections. America now needs a field marshal: Our view

    USA TODAY
  • How Effective Was the Red Troll Army?

    The Russia-probe indictments announced Friday certainly sound quite ominous. The Russia-based Internet Research Agency “had a strategic goal to sow discord in the U.S. political system, including the 2016 U.S. presidential election.” Derogatory information was posted online against various candidates in an effort to support the Trump campaign. “Defendants made various expenditures to carry out those activities, including buying political advertisements on social media,” the indictment reads....

    Weekly Standard
  • Obama faulted on Russian election meddling

    President Trump is pointing to the indictment of 13 Russians and three companies for interfering in the 2016 election as vindication for his campaign after it has faced accusations of collusion for more than a year. The indictment issued Friday by the Justice Department at the request of special counsel ...

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  • Dem lawmaker calls Trump 'eunuch in chief' over response to Russia meddling

    Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) slammed President Trump's response to Russian election meddling in a tweet on Sunday, calling the president the "eunuch in chief.""He is owned by Russia and the USA doesn't have a command...

    TheHill
  • CNN's Gergen: Threat of 'authoritarian rule' under Trump is growing

    CNN political analyst David Gergen issued a stark warning about the Trump administration on Sunday, saying the threat of authoritarian rule under President Trump is growing.

    TheHill
  • Sessions on recusal from Russia investigation: 'I did the right thing'

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Sunday defended his choice to recuse himself from the Justice Department's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election."I believe I did the right thing, the only t...

    TheHill
  • Parkland students angered by Trump connecting shooting to Russia probe

    Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students Aly Sheehy and Giuliana Matamoros were astounded that Donald Trump would use their tragedy to push back against U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into possible collusion between Moscow and his 2016 campaign.

    @YahooNews
  • EDITORIAL: Robert Mueller's indictments undermine the idea that Trump colluded with Russia to win el

    Robert Mueller's indictments of 13 Russians for interfering in the 2016 presidential election is not the end of his investigation, nor was the announcement Friday an interim report on what he has found so far. President Trump's victory lap on Friday might prove to be premature, but nobody can rightly ...

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  • Podesta: Trump ‘first draft dodger’ in war to protect democracy

    Former Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta said Sunday that President Trump is “the first draft-dodger” in what he described as an information war.

    TheHill
  • Trump mocks ‘big ratings loser’ CNN

    President Trump mocked CNN on Twitter on Sunday, referring to the network as a "big ratings loser," amid the network's coverage of the Russia investigations."The Fake News of big ratings loser CNN," the president t...

    TheHill
  • Trump to meet with high school students following Florida shooting

    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - President Trump plans to meet with high school students on Wednesday in the wake of last week's deadly scho...

    TheHill
  • Flummoxed FACEBOOK helped Mueller...

    Flummoxed FACEBOOK helped Mueller... (Second column, 10th story, link)

    Axios
  • Ads were expressly pro-Trump, anti-Clinton

    "Trump is our only hope for a better future!"

    Axios
  • Trump faces calls to act against Russia after Mueller's indictments

    Democrats and former intelligence officials argue Trump had done nothing to protect future elections from Russian interference Donald Trump faced mounting calls on Sunday to act against Russia after special counsel Robert Mueller unveiled indictments on Friday accusing 13 Russians and three companies of interfering in the 2016 presidential election to help Republicans. Continue reading...

    the Guardian