We'll see what happens, but I think it's really a sad situation.
When Mr. Trump told Mr. McGahn in June to have Mr. Mueller fired, the president cited a series of conflict-of-interest issues that he insisted disqualified the special counsel from overseeing the investigation.
Mueller's team has reportedly been finalizing a report on whether Trump committed obstruction of justice that was scheduled to be released by the summer.
These protests are set to commence in every state in the nation, the website proclaimed, and will involve more than 300,000 participants who have promised to take to the streets if Mueller is unnecessarily removed from his post.
The raid carried out by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the NY office of Trump's lawyer identified as Michael Cohen was described by the United States President as "disgraceful".
Nearly three-quarters of Democrats disapprove of Trump's decision to fire Comey, while 70 percent of Republicans approve.
"I think the events of the past week have changed some minds in the Republican caucus, that there is a moment here for the Senate to stand up and save the president from himself", said Coons. "And many people have said, 'You should fire him.' Again, they found nothing".
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The Marijuana Policy Project told NPR that Boehner's decision reflects a change in public opinion on marijuana among adults. So, with almost $1,000 of his own money and about 20 hours of his time so far, Delgado is launching an effort change that.
"If the president actually removes the special counsel without good cause, it would likely result in swift, bipartisan backlash and shake the country's faith in the integrity of our legal system", Tillis writes.
A spherical of Robert Mueller's Russia Investigation, who's been indicted, how are the tied to President Trump, and who's gotten plea provides?
The president called the raids "disgraceful".
Alan Dershowitz, a leading constitutional law scholar, dined with Trump at the White House on Tuesday night and said it would be a "mistake" for the president to attempt to get rid of Mueller.
On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told a briefing that Trump believes he has an authority to dismiss Mueller.
Trump has privately pondered firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and publicly criticized Mueller and his Russian Federation probe.
The President and his aides have discussed firing Mueller for months and believe they have the power to do so, according to a source.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley has declared that it would be "suicide" for Trump to order Muller to be fired, but has also questioned the need for - and constitutionality - of measures to protect Mueller. Mueller should be allowed to do his job.