Trump's Attorney General Nominee Promises To Let Mueller Finish His Russia Investigation
Monday, 14 January 2019 President Donald Trump's nominee to serve as his second attorney general wrote a letter to Congress on Monday which vowed to allow Special Counsel Robert Mueller to complete his work and said it was "very important" for the public and Washington to know the results of his probe, according to National Public Radio. Barr is likely to face intense questioning about Mueller's Russia investigation during his Senate confirmation hearings on Tuesday but emphasized how the investigation was vital for the country in his letter. "I believe it is in the best interest of everyone — the President, Congress, and, most importantly, the American people —that this matter be resolved by allowing the special...
According to Business Insider, CNN reported that Attorney General William Barr is gearing up to announce the end of the special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation as soon as next week. Barr..
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday the release of any report on the Russia investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller will be totally up to U.S. Attorney General William Barr. Rough Cut (no..
Washington (CNN)Attorney General Bill Barr is preparing to announce as early as next week the completion of Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, with plans for Barr to submit to Congress soon after a..
President Donald Trump is flatly denying a new report claiming he asked his acting attorney general to intervene in a hush money investigation, Esme Murphy reports (0:42). WCCO Mid-Morning - February..
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The U.S. Department of Justice is preparing to announce as early as next week that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has given the attorney general his report on... Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India •SBS •CBS News •Sify
The Senate confirmed William Barr's nomination forward to be attorney general on Thursday in a 54-45 vote, according to NBC News. Three Democrats joined nearly... WorldNews Also reported by •NPR •Sify •Reuters