WASHINGTON (AP) — Robert Mueller has been busy. In just the last two weeks, the special counsel has secured the cooperation of President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, dispensed with the case of the campaign aide who triggered the Russia probe and signaled he’s squeezed all the information he needs out of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. All that activity has not gone unnoticed by Trump. The president has continued to wage a public-relations war on Mueller, casting his investigation into Russian election interference and possible coordination with Trump associates as a politically motivated witch hunt. In his latest move, Trump is again using his executive power to declassify documents in the Russia probe that he says build a case that the investigation was tainted from the start by bias in the Justice Department and FBI. And in an interview with The Hill , Trump said he hopes his effort to root out what he sees as corruption in the FBI and Justice Department will go down as one of his “crowning achievements,” a move he likened to exposing “something that is truly a cancer in our country.” Here’s where things stand: ___ DECLASSIFYING RUSSIA DOCUMENTS Urged on by… Read full this story
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