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  1. He has already made several cases. No fishing needed. Robert Mueller is superb choice to be special counsel. His reputation is impeccable for honesty and integrity. Media should now calm down - Newt Gingrich, May 17, 2017 “(Mueller) has sterling credentials and is above reproach,” -Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee. “(Mueller) will serve with integrity and professionalism, and will conduct a thorough and fair investigation.” - Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) “He’s a well-respected law enforcement professional,” -John Cornyn (R-Texas) “I see it as a positive thing, especially having Bob Mueller involved. It brings a lot of public credibility to whatever process they go through.” - Richard Burr (R-N.C.) "Mueller is a great selection. Impeccable credentials. Should be widely accepted." - Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah "(Mueller is) a well respected and trusted veteran of the FBI" and said "this special counsel appointment is a step in the right direction on getting answers on the many questions we have with Russian meddling in our election and our democracy." - Rep Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill. "The issue of Russian meddling in our election must be investigated fully & former FBI dir. Mueller is well qualified to oversee this probe." - Sen. Rob Portman (R - Ohio)
  2. Would have also accepted black or latino.
  3. You would think that a candidate's campaign manager sharing polling data with a hostile nation would be enough but it's dark times in which we live. A hostile nation that the FBI warned them might be trying to infiltrate the campaign. Instead, they're lying to the FBI and cooperating with the hostile nation.
  4. Shame Trump wouldn't sit down with Mueller.
  5. Pretty sure he just needs to explain to the judge that the dossier that started all this nonsense is fake and she'll see his point and release him. Shame he doesn't read this forum, could have saved him hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees.
  6. I'd like to know if the current administration is breaking laws to profit off of the transfer of highly sensitive nuclear information to a nation that sponsors terrorists.
  7. I'm not familiar with the act, but "potential" violations of law without the required (I assume) Congressional approval should be troubling. People with far more knowledge than me have raised their concerns. It should be investigated. You can't overlook the troubling aspect of the administration bypassing laws.
  8. From the OP: multiple whistleblowers came forward to warn about efforts inside the White House to rush the transfer of highly sensitive U.S. nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia in potential violation of the Atomic Energy Act and without review by Congress as required by law—efforts that may be ongoing to this day. I think we should all agree the bolded is the troubling part of the story.
  9. So maybe not big, headline stories but MSNBC and CNN both have stories related to the domestic terrorist. It should be a bigger story however imho.
  10. On closer inspection, the bolded is about the domestic terrorist.
  11. I don't read MSNBC, but shame on them as well.
  12. I would imagine with more wall comes more maintenance. This is just the sort of thing a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis would tell us. Trump's been in office over 2 years and campaigned on the wall - yet he's ordered no study on how to best spend upwards of $25B?? From the party of "fiscal responsibility"?
  13. Related - Foxnews has 3 Smollet stories at the top of their page (plus one about AOC) and nary a mention of this story.