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Bill to protect special counsel is scuttled by McConnell
A bipartisan effort to protect the job of special counsel Robert Mueller has been taken down by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
As GOP balks, McConnell shuts down bill to protect Mueller
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has thwarted a bipartisan effort to protect special counsel Robert Mueller's job, says Trump won't fire Mueller
Senate GOP leader rejects legislation to protect special counsel
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said a new bill that would shield special counsel Robert Mueller from being fired by President Donald Trump will not be brought up on the Senate floor, ending a bipartisan effort that had been in the works for months. “I'm the one who decides what we take to
Trump would 'never' sign legislation to protect Mueller: Republican senator
A Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee said she thinks President Donald Trump would never sign legislation protecting the role of Robert Mueller as special counsel in charge of the Russia investigation, but Congress should pass such a bill anyway to send a message to the White House.
Lawmakers move to protect special counsel, Russia probe amid Trump criticism
Democrats and several prominent Republicans, amid renewed fears President Donald Trump will remove or fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein or special counsel Robert Mueller , have renewed calls for legislation to protect the ongoing investigation into allegations of collusion between Russia
Senate Judiciary to vote on bill to protect Mueller's job
A Senate committee is expected to vote by the end of the month on legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller's job
The latest on the Syria decision, Mueller investigation and Cosby retrial
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As Trump fumes, senators bid to protect the special counsel
Four senators _ two Republicans and two Democrats _ are taking a step to protect special counsel Robert Mueller's job as President Donald Trump muses about firing him
White House says Trump has power to fire Mueller
The president is now "less inclined" to sit down for an interview with the special counsel team, sources told ABC News.
The Note: Trump vs. Republicans, his advisers and the DOJ
The TAKE with Rick Klein Who isn’t worried about President Donald Trump firing Robert Mueller? (Other than, perhaps, Trump and Mueller themselves.) As the possible targets of inquiries have broadened, so have the presidential attacks. The raids of Trump attorney Michael Cohen’s home and office cut