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His tweet came just after William Barr characterized Muellers report.

His tweet came just after William Barr characterized Muellers report.

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Moments after Attorney General Bill Barr concluded a news conference Thursday morning laying out his interpretation of special counsel Robert Mueller report ahead of its release to Congress and the public, President Donald Trump took to Twitter with a "Game of Thrones" reference to declare: "Game Over. " A White House official said it was expected the president watched the attorney general's news conference from the White House residence. Not long after, at a event honoring Wounded Warriors at the White House, Trump said "I'm having a good day, too. It was called no collusion no obstruction. "There never was by the way and there never will be," he continued. The president went on to reiterate his call for an investigation into the origins of the probe, which he maintains was st...
Robert Muellers report scrutinizes ten episodes of potential obstruction.

Robert Muellers report scrutinizes ten episodes of potential obstruction.

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With the public release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s highly anticipated and redacted report on Thursday, pundits and politicians were parsing its findings on the question of "obstruction of justice." Obstruction of justice accounts for a federal crime in which someone "corruptly" attempts to “influence, obstruct or impede” the “due and proper administration of the law” in a pending proceeding, according to federal code. The president’s critics have pointed to his dismissal of former FBI Director James Comey – and subsequent explanations for that decision – as evidence that Trump obstructed justice. (Win McNamee/Getty Images) U.S. Attorney General William Barr departs his home March 22, 2019 in McLean, Va. In his letter to Congress describing the “principal conclusions”
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein joined AG Barr at his news conference.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein joined AG Barr at his news conference.

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At a news conference Thursday morning ahead of his release of special counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report, Attorney General William Barr defended President Donald Trump's actions with regard to possible obstruction of justice as well as his own decision to speak about the report before releasing it. Barr started by saying he was committed to providing "the greatest degree possible of transparency concerning the special counsel's investigation, consistent with the law." Barr held the news conference hours before he was set to send Mueller's report to Congress and make it public, drawing sharp criticism from congressional Democrats who suggested he was doing the president's bidding by trying to characterize the report before lawmakers and the American public had a chance to read i...
Heres what you need to know about the cases in the special counsels probe.

Heres what you need to know about the cases in the special counsels probe.

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Over the course of his nearly two-year-long probe, special counsel Robert Mueller and his team of prosecutors have now indicted 34 individuals and three Russian businesses on charges ranging from computer hacking to conspiracy and financial crimes. Those indictments have led to seven guilty pleas and four people sentenced to prison. Here's what you need to know. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort faced charges in two separate federal courts on a slew of financial crime charges related largely to his lobbying work in Ukraine. A jury found Manafort guilty on eight of 18 counts he was tried within the Eastern District of Virginia, with the judge declaring a mistrial on the other ten. The guilty charges included multiple counts of false income tax returns, failure to file...
A look at every major step in the Russia investigation, chronologically.

A look at every major step in the Russia investigation, chronologically.

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President Donald Trump continues to call for the Justice Department to launch investigations into "corruption" at the FBI, "illegal surveillance" of his presidential campaign, and the "phony" and "corrupt dossier," which he still insists started the federal probe of contacts between Russian operatives and his associates. The following is an extensive account of the federal counterintelligence probe, laid out in a detailed timeline. This timeline is based on publicly-released FBI documents, congressional records and testimony, court filings, and certain media reports confirmed to ABC News by sources with knowledge of the matter. It will be updated as new information becomes available. Three key takeaways: -- In the months before the 2016 presidential election, the FBI was uncover...
Questions surrounding the Trump campaigns Russian contacts remain unresolved.

Questions surrounding the Trump campaigns Russian contacts remain unresolved.

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As Washington anxiously awaits the Thursday release of the redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report, some questions surrounding specific, publicly-reported instances of then-candidate Donald Trump’s campaign contacts with Russians remain unresolved. Attorney General William Barr, in his letter to Congress last month describing the report’s "principal conclusions," wrote that the special counsel "did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired" with Russians to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. The special counsel’s office investigated whether anyone working for or associated with the Trump campaign coordinated with Russians in their crimes related to the 2016 presidential election, crimes that included computer hacki
Democrats have criticized the Justice Departments plans for the Mueller report.

Democrats have criticized the Justice Departments plans for the Mueller report.

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Democrats on Thursday morning stepped up their criticism of Attorney General William Barr just hours before he releases special counsel Robert Mueller's 400-page report, slamming his plan to hold a news conference before delivering it to Congress and making it public. In a joint statement, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Barr's handing of the report release has created a "crisis of confidence" and said having Mueller testify was the "only way to begin restoring public trust." “Attorney General Barr’s regrettably partisan handling of the Mueller report, including his slanted March 24th summary letter, his irresponsible testimony before Congress last week, and his indefensible plan to spin the report in a press conference later this morning —
The highly anticipated report is expected to run nearly 400 pages.

The highly anticipated report is expected to run nearly 400 pages.

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Attorney General William Barr on Thursday morning was set to transmit a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's highly anticipated report on Russian meddling during the 2016 presidential campaign to members of Congress, making public for the first time substantial portions of the nearly 400-page document. The Justice Department's release of the redacted report comes just weeks after Barr penned a four-page letter conveying the special counsel's "principal conclusions." In that letter, Barr described "two main" Kremlin-backed efforts to influence the election, but states definitively that the special counsel's office did not find evidence to suggest that members of the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with the Russians. (Jeenah Moon/Reu...
The 18-year-old woman, Sol Pais, traveled from Miami to Colorado this week.

The 18-year-old woman, Sol Pais, traveled from Miami to Colorado this week.

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An armed teenager allegedly obsessed with the Columbine shooting was found dead in Colorado from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said Wednesday, bringing an end to a massive manhunt. The 18-year-old woman, Sol Pais, had allegedly made threats to schools in the Denver area, putting them into lockout and sparking a search for her on Tuesday. Pais flew on Monday from Miami -- where she attended high school -- to Colorado, where she immediately bought a shotgun and ammunition, said Dean Phillips, special agent in charge of the Denver FBI. It appears she bought the gun legally, officials said. (Jefferson County Sheriff's Office) Colorado authorities are searching for Sol Pais, 18, after she allegedly traveled to the state and made threats to the Denver metropolitan a...
David and Louise Turpin were arrested in Perris, California, in January 2018.

David and Louise Turpin were arrested in Perris, California, in January 2018.

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David and Louise Turpin, the California parents who garnered national attention for torturing most of their 13 captive children, will face a judge for sentencing on Friday. Meanwhile, the never-before-heard 911 call exclusively obtained by ABC News reveals the chilling moment one of the Turpin daughters turned her parents in. "My parents are abusive," the 17-year-old girl told the dispatcher. "My two little sisters right now are chained up right now... they're chained up to their bed." The Turpins are expected to each serve an indeterminate sentence of 25 years to life, making them eligible for parole hearings after the minimum time has elapsed, Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin said in February 2019 after they pleaded guilty. "Unless a parole board... decides they...

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