IT’S FINALLY over.
Robert S. Mueller‘s work is done. What he left behind is a report and a lot of questions that Attorney General William Barr decided to answer in a letter.
By unilaterally concluding that Mr. Trump did not obstruct justice, the attorney general has made it imperative that the public
seethe Mueller report. – Neil Katyal
Speaker Nancy Pelosi is the biggest winner.
The accidental occupant of the White House feels vindicated for good reasons. Maybe he’s found his own Roy Cohn in William Barr?
We don’t know.
It makes 2020 come into clear focus for the first time.
Republicans will be buoyed by the initial
Think back to William Jefferson Clinton’s impeachment. He lied under oath, hunkered down, took his licks on the chin but the people stayed with him.
Through the entire OSC two year investigation, we waited, saw Trump’s base cling to him.
No matter what happened in during the Clinton-Lewinsky imbroglio, women stayed with Clinton, feminists leading the way.
The system held through it all and it has once again.
As I wrote many months ago, the only way to kill the epidemic sickening our political system is to beat Trump at the ballot box in 2020.
Mueller didn’t offer the last word, Barr did and it’s not enough.
Trump’s attorney general delivered the first salvo, post-Mueller.
Subpoenas will fly.
Now that special counsel Robert Mueller’s two-year investigation into Trump’s campaign is over, it’s being transformed into a rallying cry and a weapon for the president’s re-election campaign. The pall of the two-year probe lifted
Sunday,when Attorney General William Barr released a summary of Mueller’s findings that said the wide-ranging investigation found no evidence of collusion by Trump’s 2016 campaign with the Russian government. Barr’s four-page letter was immediately seized upon by the Republican president and his allies as a weapon to use against Democrats, the so-called Deep State andthe media. – Associated Press