Published: Tue, April 02, 2019
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

SLO County Republican Party responds to Mueller's report

SLO County Republican Party responds to Mueller's report

Alec Baldwin reprised his role as President Donald Trump in Saturday's cold open, crowing about how Robert Mueller's report completely cleared him... in his eyes, anyway.

De Niro's Mueller lamented that there wasn't enough evidence to prove President Trump was guilty of collusion, but suggested POTUS wasn't off the hook just yet. "We had a lot of bad days the eight years I was in Congress, but we never voted to remove or ask a chairperson to step down", Gowdy recalled. "This is not a legal issue", Dershowitz said.

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D., N.Y.) announced the House Judiciary Committee has scheduled a Wednesday vote to subpoena the Mueller report from Attorney General Bill Barr.

President Trump's hometown Republican Party is launching a digital ad campaign targeting NY congressional Democrats "to stop the partisan games" after special counsel Robert Mueller cleared Trump of any Russian collusion during the 2016 campaign.

Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz, one of President Donald Trump's most strident defenders on cable news throughout Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation, came out swinging Monday on the topic of House Democrats subpoenaing the "full" Mueller report.

Democrats' and media organizations' two year-long effort to peddle the narrative of Trump collusion with Russian Federation during the 2016 Presidential election was revealed to be merit less.

"I am not kidding around", Mr. Trump said, adding that he might end "all trade" with Mexico, which, according to the United States Chamber of Commerce, accounts for almost $2-billion a day.

The attorney general sent a four-page letter summarizing the Mueller document and said the special counsel did not find evidence of collusion by Trump's campaign.

"Free at last", Trump claims from the information.

"Everyone will soon be able to read it on their own", the attorney general wrote in a letter Friday to the chairmen of the House and Senate Judiciary committees.

Barr said he is preparing to redact multiple categories of information from the report and Mueller is helping the Justice Department identify sections that will be blacked out in the public version.

"The attorney general has already demonstrated transparency above and beyond what is required", Representative Doug Collins, the top Republican on the judiciary committee, said in a statement.

"The full and complete report must be released to Congress without delay", said Nadler, who also plans to issue subpoenas for five former White House officials: Steve Bannon, Reince Priebus, Don McGahn, Ann Donaldson and Hope Hicks.

However, the Democrats have an unlikely ally in their quest to seek the full Mueller report: Donald Trump.

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