Trump Team Accuses Robert Mueller of Improperly Obtaining Confidential Documents

President Trump’s legal team is accusing Special Counsel Robert Mueller of improperly obtaining confidential communications, some of which may be protected by attorney-client privilege. If true, this could raise the stakes significantly in the battle between the White House and Continue reading Trump Team Accuses Robert Mueller of Improperly Obtaining Confidential Documents

(Video) Trump and Obstruction of Justice: A Look at the Statutes

As I have previously noted several times, it is not sufficient to simply throw out the term “obstruction of justice” and make political arguments to prove that the President committed a crime. A criminal charge must be brought under a Continue reading (Video) Trump and Obstruction of Justice: A Look at the Statutes

Truth About Obstruction of Justice: A Review of the Statutory Law

I remain dumbfounded that there has been no serious commentary about what an obstruction of justice charge against the President, or anyone else, would require. As I have previously written, it is not sufficient to simply throw out the term Continue reading Truth About Obstruction of Justice: A Review of the Statutory Law

Is Robert Mueller Trying to Get Fired?

It is being reported that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is now looking into President Trump’s personal finances. What ostensibly began as an investigation of possible Russian interference in the 2016 election, has now morphed into an investigation of Trump personally. Continue reading Is Robert Mueller Trying to Get Fired?

Supreme Court Hands Trump a Win on Travel Ban

The Supreme Court has lifted a nationwide temporary injunction against President Trump’s travel ban, Reuters has reported. The Court will permit the full enforcement of the ban proposed by President Donald Trump that prohibits people from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Continue reading Supreme Court Hands Trump a Win on Travel Ban