Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election did not find any evidence of cooperation between President Donald Trump or his campaign and Russian operatives.
Furthermore, the special counsel’s investigation did not find any evidence that anyone associated with the Trump campaign took part in efforts to disseminate stolen documents form the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton campaign to WikiLeaks during the 2016 presidential election.
Although many Democrats fear that an attempt to unseat Donald Trump could backfire and bolster his support ahead of the 2020 election, some of his most outspoken critics appear to be willing to go down this road.
House Democrats are preparing their next line of attack against US President Donald Trump, repurposing the Mueller report as a de facto indictment for obstruction of justice and launching new investigations over the weekend. However, they’re also collecting political and financial dividends for resuscitating Russiagate, too, scholars told Sputnik.
The much-anticipated report describing Special Counsel Mueller's 23-month probe into the alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia was released on 18 April. Speaking to Sputnik, Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel has shared his first thoughts about the document and how it boomeranged at the Democratic Party.
Mueller’s probe, whose report was released in its entirety on 18 April, has failed to discover any evidence of collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia, though some of the US president’s critics appear unconvinced by these findings.
US President Donald Trump tweeted Thursday that if he'd wanted to, by way of executive privilege he could have fired everyone involved in the Office of Special Counsel's investigation into alleged collusion between his election campaign and the Russian government. "I chose not to," he said.
Sputnik discussed details of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation with Chadwick Moore, a journalist, public speaker, conservative political commentator, and cultural critic.
Following the publication of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on apparent Trump-Russia collusion, Sputnik spoke to Jim Jatras, a former US State Department foreign service officer, about the implications of Trump essentially being cleared and how the Dems might react.
The summary of Mueller’s report rubbishes claims by the Clinton campaign, the Democratic Party and 'Never-Trump' Republicans who insisted that the US president colluded with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election.
The release followed a press conference by Attorney General William Barr, who summarised the special counsel's investigation by saying that it had found no evidence that anyone linked to the Trump campaign ever conspired with the Russian government during the 2016 election.
US President Donald Trump has repeatedly castigated the FBI investigation into the alleged collusion of his 2016 presidential campaign with Russia - this time, he did it in Game of Thrones style.
US Attorney General William Barr is due to release Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on the probe into allegations of Trump-Russian collusion and meddling during the 2016 US presidential election.
US Attorney General William Barr will release on Thursday a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US Department of Justice (DOJ) informed Congress not to expect to see the Mueller report before 11:00 a.m. local time (3:00 p.m. GMT) on Thursday after Attorney General William Barr holds a press conference, House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said in a statement.
With the redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian collusion investigation report due to be released on Thursday, the mood among Washington Democrats has suddenly shifted, with key politicos dismissing the importance of the report they’ve hailed the coming of for the last two years.