Reading the report carefully and writing my thoughts as I go.
Mueller did not find a criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia, and he did not conclude that President Trump had obstructed justice. But he did not exonerate the president either.
If President Trump really told Department of Homeland Security officials to stop processing asylum requests, it’s a pretty blatant violation of the Take Care Clause of the Constitution and the president’s oath of office.
The attorney general’s comments on supposed FBI “spying on a political campaign” were reckless and will feed gross conspiracy theories.
The press screwed up bigly on the Barr letter. Here are nine ideas for doing better the second time around.
Republicans appear to have reversed their opinions of Mueller and the investigation, but the public believes additional investigation is needed or remains unsure of whether it is.
I was pleased to host this discussion at the Brookings Institution yesterday with Susan Hennessey, Margaret Taylor, both of Brookings, and former National Security Division chief Mary McCord, now at Georgetown law. It's a very good discussion of where we are with the Mueller Report and the congressional politics surrounding it.