Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | It’s Mueller’s Investigation. But Right Behind Him Is Andrew Goldstein. Supported by ByNoah Weiland and Michael S. Schmidt Feb. 25, 2019 WASHINGTON — The routine was always the same. President Trump’s lawyers would drive to heavily secured offices near the National Mall, surrender their cellphones, head into a windowless conference room and resume tense negotiations over whether the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, would interview Mr. Trump. But Mr. Mueller was not always there. Instead, the lawyers tangled with a team of prosecutors, including a little known but formidable adversary: Andrew D. Goldstein, 44, a former Time magazine reporter who is now a lead prosecutor for Mr. Mueller in the investigation into whether the president obstructed justice. Mr. Mueller is … [Read more...] about It’s Mueller’s Investigation. But Right Behind Him Is Andrew Goldstein.
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | Mueller Team Has ‘Gone Absolutely Nuts,’ Trump Says, Resuming Attacks on Russia Inquiry Supported by ByMaggie Haberman, Michael S. Schmidt and Eileen Sullivan Nov. 15, 2018 WASHINGTON — President Trump on Thursday blasted the special counsel team, calling it a “disgrace” to the country in an early Twitter post and renewed previous attacks on the investigation, calling it, “A TOTAL WITCH HUNT LIKE NO OTHER IN AMERICAN HISTORY! The fresh barrage comes after Mr. Trump spent the last three days meeting with his personal legal team, crafting answers to written questions from the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III. The inner workings of the Mueller investigation are a total mess. They have found no collusion and have gone absolutely nuts. They are screaming and … [Read more...] about Mueller Team Has ‘Gone Absolutely Nuts,’ Trump Says, Resuming Attacks on Russia Inquiry
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | Cooperating Witness in Mueller Inquiry Predicts His Own Indictment for Lying Supported by BySharon LaFraniere Nov. 12, 2018 WASHINGTON — Jerome Corsi, a conspiracy theorist and friend of the longtime Trump adviser Roger J. Stone Jr., said on Monday that his two-month-long cooperation with the special counsel’s office has broken down and he expects to be charged with lying to investigators or a federal grand jury. Mr. Corsi, who said he has been cooperating since August with prosecutors working for the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, predicted his own indictment in a YouTube live stream that included a plea to listeners for money to cover his legal fees. He offered no independent corroboration, and he has a long history of lobbing public grenades, including insisting that President … [Read more...] about Cooperating Witness in Mueller Inquiry Predicts His Own Indictment for Lying
Jerome Corsi, a right-wing conspiracy theorist and associate of Roger Stone, says he expects to be indicted for perjury as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian election meddling.Corsi, who has been questioned over his knowledge of WikiLeaks obtaining hacked emails from Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, said Mueller's team delivered the news at a meeting about a week ago."They told me they were going to indict me," he told NBC News in a phone interview Monday."This was one of the most confusing and frightening things I've experienced. I'm 72 years and I'm afraid they're going to lock me up and put me in solitary confinement."NBC News reported late last month that Mueller's office had obtained communications suggesting that Corsi was aware in advance that emails from former Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta had been stolen and handed to WikiLeaks.See more related to this story: 22 PHOTOS Robert Mueller See Gallery Robert Mueller … [Read more...] about Roger Stone pal says Mueller is planning to indict him
Politicians on both sides of the aisle defended special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation Sunday, as the recent resignation of U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and appointment of new Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has thrown Mueller’s future into doubt.Whitaker will be taking over the Mueller investigation from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein — and Whitaker brings with him a history of criticism of the probe. His past comments have led many to speculate that the investigation’s days could be numbered and call on Whitaker to recuse himself from the investigation.In interviews Sunday, however, Republicans denied the Mueller investigation is at risk. White House adviser Kellyanne Conway said on Fox News Sunday that it “would be a mistake to try to shut down the Mueller investigation ... because we’ve been so compliant.” 22 PHOTOS Robert Mueller See Gallery Robert Mueller WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 28: Former … [Read more...] about Republicans defend Mueller probe as Democrats vow action if new AG doesn’t recuse himself