In the course of one afternoon, President Donald Trump essentially took control of the Russia investigation. What does that mean going forward?
SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:
ICYMI: Sessions is out https://cnn.it/2D7CAUy
Who’s the boss? https://cnn.it/2qEZnzIl
And what does this mean for Mueller? https://cnn.it/2DdysCI
Trump’s prefered firing method: The tweet https://bit.ly/2STEopE
Whitaker had some thoughts on the Russia probe https://cnn.it/2DcxUg4
And there’s virtually no way a recusal happens https://cnn.it/2RJIfV6
Trump was not happy about the Sessions recusal. Not one bit.
12 hours after the midterms, the Dems had something to be mad about https://cnn.it/2DbDJuk
The end is near! https://cnn.it/2JOj7JW
That post-midterm news conference was a doozy https://bit.ly/2PftE6W
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