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  • Donald Trump accused of 'high crimes and misdemeanors' ahead of crunch Mueller hearings

    Donald Trump has been accused of being an "unindicted co-conspirator" guilty of "high crimes and misdemeanors" ahead of hearings with former special counsel Robert Mueller.

    The Telegraph
  • Mueller must bluntly tell Congress whether he thinks Trump committed a crime or crimes: ex-DOJ official

    Donald Ayer, former U.S. Deputy Attorney General under George H. W. Bush, penned an impassioned call in The Atlantic for former special counsel Robert Mueller to be direct with Congress and the American people in his testimony before the House Intelligence and Judiciary committees later this month. “For two years, Mueller uttered not a single [
  • Democrats to press Mueller on Trump's alleged crimes

    House Democrats are intensely preparing a pointed line of questioning for Robert Mueller, banking that his testimony will shift public perception about the President's alleged criminal activity outlined in the special counsel's report, according to Democratic committee aides. As part of their strategy, Democrats plan to hone in on five areas of the Mueller report where they think the President clearly obstructed justice, including his efforts to fire the special counsel and to tamper with...

  • Nadler: Mueller has evidence of Trump high crimes and misdemeanours

    House judiciary chair would initiate impeachment proceedingsOpinion: Of course Trump is a racist – and Wall Street knows itRobert Mueller will go to Congress on Wednesday to testify before two House committees about his report on Russian election interference, links between the Trump campaign and Moscow and potential obstruction of justice by the president. Related: 'It's a political civil war': Trump's racist tirades set tone for 2020 Continue reading

    the Guardian