Special counsel Robert Mueller’s references to “uncharged individuals” in recent court filings that aim to restrict certain evidence are being read by some as an indication more people could be indicted in his sprawling investigation.
A pro-Russian Twitter account used information from a criminal case that Robert Mueller’s team brought against a Russian social media company as part of a disinformation campaign, according to a new filing from the Justice Department.
President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudolph Giuliani, claimed Wednesday night that he “never said there was no collusion” between members of President Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and Russian officials but only said that Trump himself never colluded with Russian officials.
Rachel Maddow and Ambassador Michael McFaul explore the pipeline for ideas like the bizarre claim that the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan was a good idea, and wonder aloud who the source for his illusions is.
Robert Mueller’s investigative team saw a flurry of activity in the final weeks of 2018, as the special counsel’s probe passed the 18-month mark in what has become a sprawling investigation into possible collusion between Trump’s 2016 campaign and
President Donald Trump defended his decision to withdraw from Syria as the fulfillment of a campaign promise, pushing back against criticism from lawmakers in his own party that the abrupt change in policy harms U.S. interests and cedes influence to Russia and Iran.
Tony Romm, technology policy reporter for The Washington Post, talks with Rachel Maddow about the breadth of Russia’s Internet Research Agency’s propaganda effort against the U.S. that extended past 2016 election support for Donald Trump to target Russian sanctions and Robert Mueller.