Mainers rally in Augusta to support Mueller probe after Sessions ouster

Mainers rally in Augusta to support Mueller probe after Sessions ouster

Mainers rally in Augusta to support Mueller probe after Sessions ouster

In approximately 900 cities across this nation, protestors gathered in a show of unity towards special counsel Robert Mueller and against the apparent effort by President Trump to limit his Russian Federation investigation.

On Wednesday, Trump fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions, raising the possibility that Sessions' replacement - Matthew Whitaker - could seek to curtail Mueller's investigation. "It's an obstruction of justice to appoint someone who has been very vocal about his disdain for the Mueller investigation and we think that we can't stand by and let this stand". Similar rallies were staged across the country. Augusta protesters challenged the legality of Whitaker's appointment by Trump.

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"It is ORDERED by the Court on its own motion that each party submit a supplemental brief addressing what, if any, effect the November 7, 2018 designation of an acting Attorney General different from the official who appointed Special Counsel Mueller has on this case", the order says, giving the parties a deadline of Nov. 19.

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She emphasized the importance of a fair and impartial prosecutor. "Finish it, complete it, '" Davis told the crowd.

I would like to get into two of the things that you reported today. They chanted slogans, including "Enough is enough" and booed mention of Whitaker's name.

"Americans have to keep doing this until it changes", said Lynch. "You'd expect the president of the United States to, you know, follow the rule of law, and he's clearly flouting that".

Warner said there are others in Trump's orbit like Roger Stone - a former Nixon confidante and political consultant - who have a "swirl" around them.

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"We're here because we love our country and our democracy and our democracy is at risk", Ewing-Merrill said.

Another speaker, Ron Fein, who is the legal director of the Newton-based Free Speech for People, labeled Whitaker a "Trump loyalist".

West Wing sources said they are "worried" about Trump Jr as they fear Mueller will be able to snare him on perjury.

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions was sacked by Donald Trump Wednesday, casting a cloud over the Russian Federation investigation that has dogged the White House, a day after Republicans lost control over the lower house of Congress. He described the president as lawless and corrupt. During that time, Mueller secured indictments or guilty pleas from more than 30 people, including Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort and his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn - all steps that were taken with Rosenstein's approval.

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Genevieve Howe, of Roslindale, wrote the message, "UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION". During that campaign, one of his chief pledges at a GOP forum was that he would ask candidates for a federal judgeships whether they are "people of faith" who had "a biblical view of justice".

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