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Gabe Fleisher
I write Wake Up To Politics, a daily political newsletter. Also attending high school in my spare time. Email gabe@wakeuptopolitics.com or DM for tips/ideas/etc
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Gabe Fleisher 14h
There it is: President Trump’s reaction to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s findings >
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Gabe Fleisher 14h
The Mueller Investigation — 19 lawyers and 40 FBI personnel — 2,800+ subpoenas — interviews with about 500 witnesses — nearly 500 search warrants — 13 requests to foreign governments — lasted 674 days — 37 people/companies charged — 7 guilty pleas — 199 criminal charges
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Josh Dawsey 15h
Trump’s cri de couer for almost two years — “no collusion!” aligns with the DOJ findings here. Imagine he will be quite spirited in upcoming days. And his tune might change on the character of Bob Mueller...
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Gabe Fleisher 14h
Replying to @WakeUp2Politics
MUELLER on obstruction of justice: “While this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, and also does not exonerate him.” Final determination was left to Barr, who concluded along with Rosenstein that no crime was committed.
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Gabe Fleisher 14h
MUELLER: “The investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.”
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The New York Times 15h
Breaking News: The Mueller report found no conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia, but it stopped short of exonerating the president of obstruction of justice.
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Matt Zapotosky Mar 23
Attorney General William P. Barr will not submit the principal conclusions to Congress today, according to a senior Justice Department official.
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Gabe Fleisher Mar 23
Replying to @EmmaKinery
Well, he says there isn’t one “pre-cooked.” Doesn’t rule out that such a ticket could happen down the line.
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Gabe Fleisher Mar 23
“Attorney General William Barr is pushing to reveal the principal conclusions of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report as early as Saturday night, an administration official familiar with the process tells Fox News.”
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Adam Goldman Mar 23
Federal and state prosecutors are pursuing about a dozen other investigations that largely grew out of his work, all but ensuring that a legal threat will continue to loom over the Trump presidency.
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Gabe Fleisher Mar 23
Replying to @WakeUp2Politics
LEFT: Wake Up To Politics, 5/18/17 (“Rosenstein Appoints Special Counsel to Lead Russia Investigation”) RIGHT: Wake Up To Politics, 3/23/19 (“Mueller ends Russia investigation, delivers final report to attorney general”)
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Gabe Fleisher Mar 23
JUST SENT: A special Saturday morning edition of Wake Up To Politics, wrapping up everything we know about the end of special counsel Robert Mueller's nearly two-year investigation
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Gabe Fleisher Mar 22
NEW: Special Counsel spokesman Peter Carr tells Wake Up To Politics that Mueller “will be concluding his service in the coming days.” Some staff members will remain to close up shop.
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Gabe Fleisher Mar 22
Congratulations !
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Ken Dilanian Mar 22
Breaking: No further indictments. A senior U.S. law enforcement official with direct knowledge of the matter says that the Special Counsel's Office has concluded their investigation by transmittal of their report, as federal regulations mandate. reports
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Steve Brusk Mar 22
A Justice Department official tells Laura Jarrett " the “principle conclusions” that Barr says will be delivered to Congress soon are “expected to be made public.”
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Gabe Fleisher Mar 22
Just now — , a member of the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committee, To : “The country would benefit from hearing from Bob Mueller, and not just taking the Attorney General’s word.” Raises possibility of Mueller testimony on the Hill...
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Gabe Fleisher Mar 22
Replying to @WakeUp2Politics
And here’s the early reax from Trump’s legal team:
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Gabe Fleisher Mar 22
Replying to @WakeUp2Politics
Shorter WH: we know as much as you do
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Gabe Fleisher Mar 22
Replying to @davidjoachim
Here is Barr’s full letter to the leaders of the House and Senate Judiciary Committees, via . Barr writes that Mueller has “concluded his investigation” and submitted a “confidential report explaining the prosecution or declination decisions” he has made.
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