Special Counsel Robert Mueller is uncovering critical materials in his probe into Russia’s interference in our 2016 presidential election, and Trump doesn’t like it.
In response to the possibility that Trump may try to fire Mueller in an effort to obstruct the investigation, Thom Tillis (R) and Chris Coons (D) introduced legislation in the House yesterday to make it more difficult for a president to remove a special counsel without legitimate cause. The Special Counsel Integrity Act is retroactive to the date that Mueller was hired, and would allow for a court hearing in the event of termination.
Call your MoCs and ask them to support these important, bipartisan bills. If they won’t say yes, let’s ask them why.
After gaining initial bipartisan support, the congressional move to provide funding to stabilize healthcare markets…