Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Has President Trump Already Been Subpoenaed By The Mueller Special Counsel?

Then FBI Director Robert Mueller testifies at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, U.S. on February 16, 2011. REUTERS/Jason Reed/File Photo

Politico: Has Mueller Subpoenaed the President?

A careful reading of court filings suggests the special counsel hasn't been quiet. Far from it.

These months before the midterm elections are tough ones for all of us Mueller-watchers. As we expected, he has gone quiet in deference to long-standing Justice Department policy that prosecutors should not take actions that might impact pending elections. Whatever he is doing, he is doing quietly and even farther from the public eye than usual.

But thanks to some careful reporting by Politico, we may have stumbled upon How Bob Mueller Is Spending His Mid-Terms: secretly litigating against President Trump for the right to throw him in the grand jury.

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WNU Editor: There is nothing but speculation in the above report. But six days before the mid term elections I predict we will be reading and hearing more stories on what Special Counsel Robert Mueller will be doing.


Roger Smith said...


The one from whom we have heard nothing is that fella in Utah. Can't recall his name nor what, specifically, he was investigating.

Just a carpenter. said...


Carl said...

Mueller doesn't have the authority to subpoena the President. The Constitution provides that only the Congress can take actions to investigate the president. It's called impeachment. If Mueller issues a subpoena to the president the purpose will only be to create a Constitutional crisis.