Firing Sessions Not a Foolproof Method for Stopping Russia Probe
By Andrea Noble
The Washington Times
July 26, 2017
“You have to assume that yes, in theory, the new attorney general under that scenario could write a memo to Mueller saying you are to do A, B, and C,”“If one were vaguely serious about addressing the current problem, they would be gathering bipartisan sponsorship to revive the independent counsel statute and daring President Trump to veto it if he was so inclined,” Mr. Freedman said.
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