Robert Mueller almost ready to present findings on collusion, obstruction

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks during a news conference at the Department of Justice in Washington

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks during a news conference at the Department of Justice in Washington

"Special Counsel Robert Mueller is set to issue findings of some of the core aspects of his investigation into the alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation shortly after the November midterm elections", writes Fox News.

The entire probe may not wrap up but he's close to a decision on two issues: Whether there was collusions between Trump and Russian Federation, and whether the president took any actions that amounted to obstruction of justice.

Bloomberg reported that Mr. Mueller's findings won't be concluded until after the midterms, which could be a critical time for shaking up the Justice Department.

So if you want to see what Mueller has uncovered after the midterms, you kind of have to vote for a party in Congress that takes the Russian Federation investigation seriously and will publicize its findings and back up Mueller's work with their own public hearings. Justice Department guidelines say prosecutors should avoid any major steps close to an election that could be seen as influencing the outcome. He added that the probe ― which has led so far to the indictment of more than 30 people, a lot of them Russian nationals, and three companies ― had uncovered a "widespread effort" by Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election.

Major Controversy During Red Sox-Astros Game Tonight
So the runner went back to first base, Altuve returned to the dugout, and the Red Sox held onto their early 2-0 lead. The question at play with Betts is whether he reached over the fence, or whether the fans reached over the fence.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has been pressuring the special counsel to wrap up the investigation that has gone on for more than a year, the sources said.

The findings will be provided to his boss, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, but it's unclear if they would be made public.

Once Mueller and Rosenstein deliver their report, Congress will be able to do what it deems appropriate with the information, including further investigation and possibly impeachment.

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