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  • Report doesn’t clear President Trump or find crime, Department of Justice says

    WASHINGTON— Evidence gathered in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation “is not sufficient to establish” that President Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice. That’s according to Attorney General William Barr in a letter to Congress summarizing the finding of the Mueller probe. Barr says Mueller did not reach any conclusions in evaluating the president’s conduct, leaving it to the Justice Department. Barr says he and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reached the conclusion...
  • GOP senator: Trump shouldn’t make allies pay a premium for US bases

    A key GOP senator warned Monday that President Trump should not try to make U.S. allies pay a premium for hosting American forces on bases overseas.

    Washington Examiner
  • House Judiciary Chair warns DOJ: Don’t 'cover-up' Trump crimes

    There are new signs Congressional leaders think the Trump administration may try to bury Mueller’s findings. House Judiciary Chair, Congressman Jerry Nadler, tells Ari Melber exclusively, that if Attorney General Bill Barr and the Department of Justice “withhold” information from Congress, as a result of Special Counsel policy against indicting a sitting President, “it’s a huge cover up”.