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Dershowitz: Bias on Müller’s team is a very serious problem
Harvard law professor shares his AG Deputy Rosenstein Capitol Hill testimony on ‘Hannity.’
President Trump legal adviser Ty Cobb, says the President is not fire-Special Counsel Robert Mueller, in response to a “rumor” that Trump Müller released this week.
“Müller is not to be dismissed,” Cobb told Fox News on Saturday.
Speculation on whether Trump fire, Müller began after Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., said in a local TV interview on Friday that “the rumor on the hill” was trump going to fire Mueller was at the end of this week, after members had left Washington for the Christmas holidays.
Müller was appointed earlier this year as a justice Department special counsel, to determine whether Trump’s associates, in cooperation with Moscow, the race to influence the outcome of the 2016 White house.
The federal investigation and others in the Congress have, in fact, a drag on the Trump administration in the first year of the policy agenda, which had led to speculation that Trump wants to fire Mueller at the conclusion of the trial.
Speier also suggested in the interview that the Muller firing would trigger a constitutional crisis and a law enforcement effort. And you speculated that the Republicans are trying to shut down the House Intelligence committee, Russia probe.