“Trump and the Mob” – Google News: Robert Mueller report: One last job for the man who took on the Mob – The Independent

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In May 2017, Robert Mueller addressed a group of graduating students at Tabor Academy in Massachusetts. He spoke in flat tones and used direct language.

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Since 9/11 federal prosecutors have applied anti-terrorism laws against 34 right-wing extremists compared to more than 500 international terrorism defendants.

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Donald Trump | The Guardian: Mueller report: Trump camp celebrates but danger is not past yet

The special counsel will make no more indictments but his work, if made public, could yet damn the president and open new lines of inquiry

It was, said Rudy Giuliani, lawyer to Donald Trump, like waiting for a baby to be born. The he reached for a darker simile: it was more like waiting for a jury to deliver its verdict.

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Reports there will be no new indictments confirm what we’ve known all along: there was never any collusion with Russia

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Anything less than full transparency would raise serious questions

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The special counsel will make no more indictments but his work, if made public, could yet damn the president and open new lines of inquiry

It was, said Rudy Giuliani, lawyer to Donald Trump, like waiting for a baby to be born. The he reached for a darker simile: it was more like waiting for a jury to deliver its verdict.

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‘Loyalty’ and ‘orders’: Why so many of President Donald Trump’s aides lied to protect him in Russia investigations  USA TODAY

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Iran to face biggest damage if fails Possible failure to approve FATF-related bills: former official  Trend News Agency

Tehran, Iran, March 23. Trend: The fear of Financial Action Task Force (FATF)- related bills among Iranian people is pointless, since it will gradually allow to …

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Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III follows a history of special investigators who have sought to determine if presidents or top officials have broken the law.

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Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign has already funneled $1.3 million into his businesses  AlterNet

President Trump’s re-election campaign has paid $1.3 million in donor money to his businesses since he took office, according to an analysis by Forbes.

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Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign has already funneled $1.3 million into his businesses  AlterNet

President Trump’s re-election campaign has paid $1.3 million in donor money to his businesses since he took office, according to an analysis by Forbes.

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A South Shields shopkeeper has told of his terror at being robbed by a hooded raider armed with a knife, and warned: “I survived, but it could have been worse.”

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California faces ‘doctor drought.’ Here’s a remedy to ensure health workers for all  Sacramento Bee

Universal health care gets all the attention, but here’s an increasingly urgent challenge for California’s leaders to address: the state’s looming doctor drought.

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Michael Novakhov – SharedNewsLinks℠: Trump-Russia inquiry: What might Mueller report look like?


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It’s been 22 months since former FBI Director Robert Mueller was appointed to head a special investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and whether the Trump campaign was involved.

Now his work is done and his report has been submitted to the Department of Justice.

But what does that mean? Time Magazine senior editor Ryan Teague Beckwith has described trying to keep up with the twists in the Mueller investigation as akin to understanding the plot of a Russian novel by listening to a book club conversation.

Now, at last, perhaps we will see the full manuscript. Or at least the CliffsNotes (that’s York Notes to you Brits).

Or maybe we won’t.

If it all seems confusing, that’s because no-one knows exactly what happens next.

It doesn’t mean we’ll know all the details immediately – or ever.

The notoriously tight-lipped former FBI director could simply announce that his work is done, pack his bags and go back to a private life of golf clubs, corporate boards, academic speaking engagements and trips to the Apple store Genius Bar.

Wait, won’t there be a final ‘Mueller Report’ with all the juicy details?

Not necessarily. In fact, probably not.

It doesn’t seem likely there will be a detailed investigative narrative presented to the public similar to the multi-tome report produced by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr back in 1998.

Mr Starr’s wide-ranging investigation that started with a real-estate inquiry and ended up scouring Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky was governed by a federal statute with different rules. And Mr Starr himself – a former judge and Republican administration lawyer – was a different kind of man to the by-the-books ex-Marine Mueller.

Mr Mueller’s probe is conducted under the auspices of the Justice Department and is governed by its regulations.

The special counsel’s obligations at the conclusion of his work are to provide a “confidential report” to Attorney General Bill Barr explaining his prosecutorial decisions.

Mr Barr must then provide the top members of the Senate and House Judiciary committees with a brief explanation of any actions taken – or instances where he overruled the special counsel’s proposed action.

It is up to the attorney general to decide whether it would be in the “public interest” to make any of these reports or communications accessible to the rest of us.

What will Bill Barr do?

This is the million-dollar question.

In his testimony during his January Senate confirmation hearings, Mr Barr was repeatedly pressed by Democrats to promise he would make public any findings or reports produced by the Mueller investigation. He demurred.

Now, in his just-released letter to senior members of Congress, the attorney general seems eager to tell us more.

“I am reviewing the report and anticipate that I may be in a position to advise you of the Special Counsel’s principal conclusions as soon as this weekend,” he writes.

Traditionally the Justice Department has been reluctant to provide information about investigations that do not lead to criminal prosecution. That was a guideline notably violated by former FBI Director James Comey during his July 2016 press statement outlining the results of a federal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was Barack Obama’s secretary of state.

It would be ironic, to say the least, if the resulting political fallout from Mr Comey’s decision – which Ms Clinton’s campaign believes dealt a mortal wound – is used by Mr Barr to defend a decision to keep confidential damaging details of the Mueller investigation involving Donald Trump.

His letter concludes: “I remain committed to as much transparency as possible, and I will keep you informed as to the status of my review.”

So we may not know everything?

It’s certainly a possibility. Or if we do learn something, it could take a while to render it into a form for public consumption (or, given the way things work in Washington, to leak).

Imagine the scene in Washington, as the political world learns Mr Mueller has provided his findings to Mr Barr and then waits – for hours, days – to learn what, if anything, will come of it.

There is another possibility, however.

Up until now, Mr Mueller has spoken through his court filings, which are rich in detail and new revelations. While Mr Mueller’s report to the attorney general will be confidential, it may not be his final word at the conclusion of his investigations.

There may be more indictments to come.

Over the course of the last 21 months, Mr Mueller – in his prosecutorial documents – has explained how Russian agents and operatives allegedly gathered information about the US political process, initiated a social media campaign to influence and enflame American political views, funded on-the-ground political activities, and hacked the emails and files of top Democratic operatives in an effort to damage Mrs Clinton’s presidential campaign.

He has prosecuted multiple members of the president’s inner campaign circle for a variety of misdeeds, including obstruction of justice and lying about Russian contacts.

He helped strike a deal with Mr Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, which unearthed evidence of Trump business negotiations with Russian officials conducted in the heat of the 2016 presidential campaign.

He indicted a Trump confidant, Roger Stone, for lying about his contacts with Wikileaks, the organisation he says was the conduit through which Russia injected its purloined material into the American political bloodstream.

The special counsel could be building a prosecutorial path that leads to the White House, with the final stones about to be set. Court-watchers note multiple sealed indictments have been filed in the federal courts used by Mr Mueller’s team over the past few months. Those could be political and legal bombs, with their fuses lit.

Or they could be duds.

That’s it, then?

Hardly. Even if the Mueller investigation closes up shop and there is no “report”, there are no new indictments and the attorney general’s public pronouncements provide few details, it’s not the end of the story.

There are a number of cases initiated by the special counsel – involving Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn and deputy campaign aide Rick Gates – that still await final sentencing.

Former campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been jailed for fraud and for conspiracy related to illegal lobbying.

Long-time Trump adviser Mr Stone has yet to go to trial on his charges of lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstruction of justice. Mr Mueller has handed this prosecution over to government lawyers. There’s also a special counsel case against Concord Management and Consulting, which Mr Mueller has charged with assisting Russia’s 2016 social media election-meddling campaign.

Meanwhile there’s a plethora of other ongoing investigations that are being run independently of the special counsel’s office. Federal investigators in New York are looking into possible election-law violations by the Trump campaign and his businesses and misconduct by the Trump inaugural committee.

The US attorneys in Washington and Virginia also have their hands full, with the espionage case involving Russian Maria Butina and an unregistered foreign lobbying prosecution of Mr Flynn’s business associates.

There are also state-level investigations of Mr Trump’s charitable foundation and Trump Organization tax filings, as well as an ongoing lawsuit by Maryland and the District of Columbia alleging that the president, through his business dealings, is violating a constitutional rule prohibiting the acceptance of money from foreign governments while in office.

Mr Mueller may exit the stage, but the drama will continue.

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Did corruption become organised crime after Handshake? – Entertainment News  SDE Entertainment News

Reported cases of mega corruption scandals appears to have been on the rise since the March 9, 2018 Handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his …

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Hennessy 2019 nominees: First Fiction, Emerging Poetry, Emerging Fiction  Irish Times

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Robert Mueller investigation: President Trump speaks after special report submitted makes no mention of it  CBS News

Hours after special counsel Robert Mueller submitted his report, President Trump on Friday briefly spoke at a Republican party dinner in Florida but made no …

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Mueller Concludes Russia Probe, Submits Report  New Delhi Times

The wait is over. But the political parlor game has just begun. Robert Mueller, the special counsel for the Russian investigation, on Friday afternoon delivered his …

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How a flight attendant from Texas ended up in an ICE detention center for six weeks  Washington Post

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Donald Trump | The Guardian: ‘I’m not a fan’: Trump’s grudge against John McCain continues even in death

The president has had a long-running feud with the late senator, even resorting to attacking him posthumously

In life and now in death John McCain continues to torment Donald Trump.

Trump spent last week posthumously attacking the Arizona senator on Twitter, in interviews and in public remarks at an Army tank plant in Lima, Ohio.

Related: ‘New bizarre low’: Trump faces backlash after reviving McCain attacks

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Palmer Report: Donald Trump loses it, calls Fox News interviewer “fake news”



Based on his own words over the past couple years, Donald Trump has always seemed to think every news outlet is “fake news” – except for Fox News and a small handful of other outlets that are sycophantic to him. So what happens when even large chunks of Fox News decide to begin distancing themselves from Trump’s worsening scandals and increasingly offensive rhetoric?



Donald Trump sat down for an interview on Friday with Maria Bartiromo from Fox Business Network, a spinoff of Fox News. Bartiromo has been generally pro-Trump in her coverage, so Trump was probably expecting a softball interview. But Bartiromo apparently felt she needed to cover her bases when it came to Trump’s recent escalating personal attacks on the late Republican Senator John McCain. Things quickly went off the rails.




Maria Bartiromo asked Donald Trump, “John McCain is dead, why are you doing this?” This sent Trump into yet another tirade about McCain. Then he blamed the media for his own attacks on McCain, insisting that he’s merely been answering the media’s questions about McCain (in most instances this isn’t true). Then Trump unleashed this tirade at Bartiromo: “I could say I have no comment but that’s not me. But you shouldn’t have brought it up. Actually, I thought you weren’t supposed to bring it up but that’s OK. Fake news, every once and a while.” Wait, what?


For starters, Donald Trump is now accusing one of his own Fox allies of being “fake news,” and he’s doing it to her face, no less. As his scandals grow worse for him, Trump is increasingly taking out his frustrations on his personal allies, and on members of his own party. Also, Trump seemed to be under the impression that Bartiromo had agreed not to ask him about McCain, but she says that’s not the case. Did Trump’s own handlers mislead him in order to get him to do this interview, or is he merely hallucinating?

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What will happen to the Mueller report  The Washington Post

Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III follows a history of special investigators who have sought to determine if presidents or top officials have broken the law.

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Palmer Report: What Donald Trump is really trying to tell us tonight about the Mueller report



Donald Trump has been calling the Robert Mueller investigation a “witch hunt” and a “hoax” and occasionally a “witch hoax” for nearly two years now. As Mueller has picked off more of Trump’s underlings and come closer to completing his report, Trump has ramped up his attacks on Mueller. Today, Mueller finally filed his report, bringing his probe to completion. So what does Trump have to say about it?



As of right now, roughly six hours after the news broke that Robert Mueller had submitted his report, Donald Trump has said nothing at all. This is more than a bit odd, considering that Trump usually starts rage-tweeting whenever he thinks things are going poorly for him, and he usually starts gloat-tweeting whenever he thinks things are going well for him. So how could he possibly be silent on tonight of all nights?




If anything, Trump has become more loose lipped in the days leading up to this report. He’s attacked John McCain in offensive fashion nearly every time he’s appeared in public this week. He posted fifty tweets and retweets last weekend, most of them frantic or deranged. Trump was clearly going bonkers about the prospect of this report landing. Now it’s happened, and he’s going silent.


Does this mean Donald Trump has completely snapped now that the report has been filed? If so, why isn’t he exploding with rage on Twitter? Does this mean Trump mistakenly thinks he’s off the hook, simply because no one showed up at Mar-a-Lago with handcuffs tonight? If so, why isn’t he gloating? We’re inclined to interpret his silence as a sign that he simply has no idea what to make of the filing of this report. Maybe he’ll react in the morning. We’ll see. But his silence tonight is… unusual.

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Palmer Report: The real reason Robert Mueller filed his report on a Friday evening


Special Counsel Robert Mueller has filed his Trump-Russia report this evening, and it’s led to a whole lot of questions and very few answers. One of the most curious questions is why Mueller chose to file his report on a Friday evening. There may be a highly logical reason for this, and it has to do with what’s about to happen over the next few days.

Let’s start with what we know for sure. Robert Mueller spent the better part of two years working on this report, and he didn’t appear to be up against any arbitrary deadline. To that end, “March 22nd” doesn’t sound like anyone’s idea of a deadline. So Mueller chose this particular Friday evening for a reason. Attorney General William Barr then announced that he didn’t block any of Mueller’s requests, and that he’ll try to get the report to Congress as soon as this weekend.


So Mueller chose to submit his report on a Friday, and Barr is planning to let the public see it over the weekend (he knows that when he gives it to Congress, it’ll immediately get publicly leaked whether it’s officially made public or not). And Barr doesn’t appear to be trying to play any games, because if he were lying about having granted all of Mueller’s requests, he’d be committing a crime by telling that lie, and he’d get caught.



This leaves us with the question of why Mueller and Barr are setting things up so that the public finds out what’s in Mueller’s report over the weekend. We keep hearing that Mueller isn’t indicting anyone else, but everyone from Congressman Adam Schiff to Senator Richard Blumenthal has pointed out this evening that more indictments are likely coming from the likes of SDNY. Schiff took things further during his MSNBC appearance, stating that he expects the report to spell out who “should be indicted.” Keep in mind that as Chairman of the House Intel Committee, Schiff knows things about this probe that we don’t.




If the Mueller report is indeed going to explain to the public why additional people should be indicted, it would certainly need to come out before those indictments can happen. In such case submitting the report on Friday, and making it public over the weekend, would ostensibly be in order to lay the groundwork for indictments that are being unsealed next week.


If you’ve been watching cable news this evening, you’re probably scratching your head at this, because you’ve heard over and over again that no one else is going to be indicted. But what’s actually been reported is that Robert Mueller isn’t going to indict any more people. That tells us nothing about any criminal cases that Mueller has handed off to U.S. Attorneys’ offices, which he’s done with the cases against Michael Cohen and others.

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