Paul R. Gregory's writings on Russia, the world economy, and other matters that he finds of interest.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Obama's DOJ slow-walked probe despite national security concerns
Given their tarnished record, the American public should ask whether Robert Mueller, Rod Rosenstein and Andrew McCabe should be allowed to preside over any investigation of Donald Trump’s Russian connection, for which no evidence appears to exist other than a dodgy dossier.
We can understand Trump’s outrage at his newly-appointed attorney general’s decision to appoint a special prosecutor. The FBI and Justice Department should investigate the Clinton-Russia connection, but given their record, can they be trusted?