Sen. Elizabeth Warren focused on Attorney General William Barr’s conduct — and not one mentioned impeachment.
A growing number of Democrats are calling President Trump to be impeached, but House leadership and some of the 2020 presidential candidates oppose the push.
What happened: Attorney General William Barr has released a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s long-awaited report on his probe into Russia’s effort to influence the 2016 presidential election and whether President Trump’s campaign was involved. The 448-page document included many revelations, including, as Yahoo News’ Michael Isikoff reports, that Trump committed “multiple acts” aimed at obstructing the investigation but was saved from being charged with a crime in part because his top aides refused to carry out his orders. What’s being debated and what comes next: All eyes are now on Congress, and lawmakers are now tasked with deciding whether to pursue impeachment proceedings or whether they should close the book and look forward.
The senator from Utah becomes the first Republican lawmaker to criticize the president in the wake of the release of the report.
In 2017 and 2018, Cobb played a pivotal role in organizing the White House response to the Mueller investigation, negotiating agreements to turn over documents and allow interviews with White House officials.
President Trump on Friday lashed out at the damning portrayal of his presidency in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, attacking witnesses who gave the special counsel notes to back up their testimony.
After special counsel Robert Mueller’s report revealed she had lied about the reaction to James Comey’s firing, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders went on a Friday-morning media blitz attempting to reestablish her credibility. It resulted in her telling more lies.
The husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway believes the Mueller report is so “damning” for President Trump that he should be impeached immediately.
Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and a top White House adviser, was involved in several of the contacts between Russia and the commander-in-chief’s inner circle.
But when faced with Trump’s demands that they protect him and shut down the Russia probe, the president’s minions repeatedly disobeyed him, the report states.
The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee says he will seek grand jury information, setting up a legal battle with the Justice Department.
The then-deputy press secretary told reporters that Trump had heard from "countless" members of the FBI who had lost confidence in Comey. But in her testimony to federal investigators, Sanders admitted she made that up.
Donald Trump personally directed his advisers and contacts to help find former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s “missing” 30,000 emails, according to special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
Thursday as Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report was released, President Trump said he was “having a good day.” This is terrible,” Trump told former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Sessions’ of staff Jody Hunt when he learned about Mueller’s appointment.
Attorney General William Barr ended his press conference about special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Thursday after a testy exchange with reporters who questioned him about the notion that he was trying to “protect” President Trump.
At a previously scheduled White House event on Thursday, President Trump made his first public remarks on the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
On Thursday, Attorney General William Barr released special counsel Robert Muellert’s redacted report on Russian interference in the 2016 election — and whether President Trump obstructed his probe.
Before the redacted Mueller report is released, following Attorney General William Barr’s Thursday-morning press conference, here are the moments that brought us to it.
President Trump has embraced “Game of Thrones” yet again. He tweeted a photo of himself juxtaposed next to the hit HBO’s show’s signature fonts.
Attorney General William Barr briefed reporters ahead of his release of a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on the Trump campaign's ties to Russia during the 2016 presidential election.
Democrats already know how they feel about Trump. What they want is a nominee who won’t become inexorably swallowed up in Trump’s all-consuming vortex of personal insults and cultural smears.