The GOP operative and self-described “dirty trickster,” who was convicted today, has been a presence in the president’s life for more than 30 years.
The commentariat’s focus on performance over substance is the kryptonite of the modern media age.
“The report is my testimony,” the special counsel had previously said. During six hours of questioning today, that proved to be the case.
Time and again, they chose to pontificate rather than prosecute.
How the special counsel kicked off his long-awaited testimony on Capitol Hill
The administration is girding for potential fallout from Robert Mueller’s testimony, but like the rest of the country, officials don’t know exactly what to expect.
Pro-impeachment Democrats are once again putting all their eggs in the former special counsel’s basket.
President Trump’s attorney general had the first word on the Mueller investigation. It may end up being the final word.
Rather than expecting fireworks from the former special counsel’s appearance before Congress, many seem wary of getting their hopes up.
The House Intelligence Committee chairman opens up about the Mueller investigation.
Somehow President Trump hasn’t yet absorbed that embracing foreign interference in an election can bring about a world of hurt.
The seat of American executive power went quiet for the duration of Robert Mueller’s statement—with officials trying to assess what his remarks would mean for the president.
The special counsel addressed the nation on Wednesday morning after two years of silence.
But to use them effectively, they would have to play their cards just right.
A conversation with the billionaire activist who has been narrowly focused on removing Donald Trump from office
The president directed his attorney general to declassify information—raising the prospect of selective disclosures.
With each stonewall and demand that Democrats drop investigations, the president is making it more likely that Congress will feel compelled to act.
Taking action against Trump is a rejection of the idea that nothing matters.
The shift in attitudes suggests that more House members are viewing the party’s current investigative strategy as ineffective.
The former White House counsel helped stock the federal courts with conservative judges. Now multiple lawsuits involving Trump are headed there.