This is how an authoritarian works to subvert justice.
Prosecutorial discretion is necessary for law enforcement to work. But dropping the case against Michael Flynn is an abuse of this power, one that egregiously undermines the rule of law.
And the Senate needs to call key witnesses who never testified before the House.
If the president thinks my support for the Constitution and the rule of law justifies that epithet, I’ll wear it as a badge of honor.
Just like Monica Lewinsky, the whistle-blower offers small details that help confirm his credibility.
Bill Clinton understood he had to follow the rules, even when they hurt. The current president is different.
Twenty years ago, I held President Clinton accountable. That’s why I joined hundreds of prosecutors to say that Trump has obstructed justice.
The special counsel should have offered an opinion on whether Trump criminally obstructed justice.
This is bad news for Trump, and good news for the system.
The allegation that the president instructed his lawyer to lie must make them deeply politically uncomfortable.
The new acting attorney general is likely, at least initially, to move slowly.
It looks like Trump's former campaign manager 'broke.'
With the special counsel’s latest indictment, Americans are one step closer to knowing the truth of what happened during the 2016 election.
A lawyer who recently argued a case before Trump’s Supreme Court nominee relates what he learned.
If the president does not want to testify in Robert Mueller’s investigation, there simply is no realistic way for the courts to physically force him to do so.
The move would come at a high political cost, and have little effect on the actual investigation.
The clear goal of the special counsel is to speak to the American public about the seriousness of Russian interference.
Those hoping the special counsel will prosecute the president are engaging in fantasy.