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The White House may seek to prevent former White House counsel Don McGahn from complying with a subpoena issued by the House Judiciary Committee that demands his cooperation in its probe into potential obstruction of justice, CNN has learned.
Special counsel Robert Mueller abided by Justice Department guidelines that a sitting president can't be indicted, but in preparing the detailed 448-page report, the long-time law enforcement official has teed up an investigation into obstruction that could outlive President Donald Trump's time in the White House and his temporary immunity.
The end is near.
President Donald Trump touted the end of Robert Mueller's investigation during his about 90-minute long speech, his first appearance before supporters since its completion during a rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Thursday night.
Nearly a year before his letter Sunday telling lawmakers he did not believe President Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice, Attorney General William Barr authored a memo saying he thought the obstruction investigation was "fatally misconceived."
Actor Vince Vaughn was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to authorities.
President Donald Trump's lawyers argued in a confidential January letter to special counsel Robert Mueller that the President cannot illegally obstruct the Russia probe because he, as the top law enforcement officer, has authority over all federal investigations, The New York Times reported Saturday.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly investigating President Donald Trump for obstruction of justice, and the top Democrat on the House intelligence committee also wants to add that to its investigation.
Fired FBI Director James Comey publicly confirmed for the first time Wednesday a series of "very concerning," "very awkward" and "inappropriate" conversations with President Donald Trump that concerned him "greatly" -- but do these interactions rise to the level of obstruction of justice?