Attorney General William Barr said the "limited nature of the redactions" in the newly-released Russia investigation report drafted by special counsel Robert Mueller would allow Americans to get a clear picture of the results.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s hotly anticipated report not only revealed the results of his long-running Russia probe but exposed a series of clashes over the last two years within President Trump’s inner circle over the direction of the investigation and the president's efforts to curtail it.
Donald Trump repeatedly pushed people affiliated with his presidential campaign, including Michael Flynn, to hunt down Democratic rival Hillary Clinton's private emails, according to the special counsel's report released Thursday.
White House counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway doubled down on her call for Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) to resign as House Intelligence Committee Chairman as he was a leading figure in the Russia investigation which, according to special counsel Robert Mueller's report, found no evidence of witting collusion by the Trump campaign.
President Trump’s 2020 campaign issued an ominous warning to the “Obama-era DOJ and FBI” on Thursday for their role in instigating the Russia investigation -- promising supporters that “Justice will be served,” on the heels of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report being released.
Democratic presidential candidates directed their ire toward Attorney General Bill Barr on Thursday as they blasted the law enforcement chief's handling of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report, including the press conference Barr held moments before the report's release.
The report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on the Russia meddling probe proves that President Donald Trump couldn't be prosecuted for obstruction of justice, a former independent counsel said Thursday.
“You are not going to find a darn thing” in special counsel Robert Mueller's report that shows that the Trump campaign “had any kind of connection with whatever the Russians were doing,” said President Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani.
Democrats have gone on the offensive following the release of the redacted report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Russian interference in the 2016 election – requesting Mueller to testify before Congress, slamming Justice Department officials for discussing the report with the White House before its public release and even calling on Attorney General William Barr to resign.
President Trump and his legal team declared victory Thursday as Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report was released -- with the president repeating his "no collusion" mantra and saying “this should never happen to another president again.”
Attorney General William Barr’s statements to the press before the redacted Mueller report on the Russia investigation was released to the public made him appear as though he was a counselor to the president rather the attorney general, Fox News anchor Chris Wallace said Thursday.
Contrary to Democrat claims President Trump sought to obstruct the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, he actually cooperated to an unprecedented extent, according to former independent counsel Ken Starr.
After two years of suspense, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report was released into Washington’s partisan scrum Thursday showing investigators did not find evidence of collusion between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia – as Attorney General Bill Barr declared last month – but revealing an array of controversial actions by the president that were examined as part of the investigation’s obstruction inquiry.
Americans are finding a fun way to kill time as they anxiously await the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's full report on the Russia investigation — a moment they have been waiting for since the investigation began in May 2017.