Mueller Report: Law Professor On Prosecuting An Obstruction Of Justice Case
Saturday, 20 April 2019 NPR's Scott Simon asks New York University law professor Ryan Goodman why he thinks the redacted Mueller report points to collusion and what he feels the odds of an obstruction of justice case are.
President Donald Trump on Monday told former White House counsel Don McGahn to refuse a subpoena to testify before a congressional committee about the Russia investigation. According to Reuters, McGahn..
According to Business Insider, the Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee issued a subpoena to Donald Trump, Jr. to testify before the committee, signaling their investigation is far from over...
The Mueller report was written as a blueprint for lawmakers to dig deeper and determine if President Donald Trump obstructed justice and should be impeached,... Newsmax Also reported by •Christian Science Monitor