Mueller’s Fruit of the Poisonous Tree - WSJ
It makes no difference how honorable he is. His investigation is tainted by the bias that attended its origin in 2016.
Robert Mueller accuses New York Times, WashPost of inaccurate reports
The special counsel called out what it said was inaccurate reporting on the Russia investigation in a new court filing regarding potential jurors in the coming trial against Paul Manafort in Virginia....
Dobbs: Deputy AG Rosenstein should fire Robert Mueller and then resign
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the special counsel investigating President Trump.
Alan Dershowitz the Grand Jury Proceeding arranged against Trump will ignore Civil Liberties
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