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The bipartisan battle: 5 bombs dropped ahead of Mueller report release

The bipartisan battle: 5 bombs dropped ahead of Mueller report release

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While Donald Trump’s antagonists pin their hope on Special Counsel Mueller’s report to deal a political blow to the US president, a series of bombshell exposures have been released over the last week casting a shadow on the Mueller probe and raising further suspicions about the alleged “collusion” to unseat Trump. As the end of Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation into the alleged Trump-Russia “collusion” nears, new disclosures involving Democratic policy makers, the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and the Department of Justice (DoJ) are continuing to surface. Mueller’s ‘Pit Bull’ Weissmann in a Heap of Trouble On 14 March, it was reported that Andrew Weissmann, one of the prominent members of Mueller’s “squad” was stepping down, which is seen by the US media as a clear sign that the special counsel has all but wrapped up his probe. However, it appears that Republican lawmakers are unwilling to “let him go”. On 1 March, Reps. Mark Meadows, R-NC, and Jim Jordan, R-Ohio…
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