Former U.S. Attorney For Mass. Says Mueller Appointment 'Removes Cloud' Over Russia Probe
"I think it was pretty clear that the public would not have confidence in the outcome [of the probe] unless there was an independent special counsel appointed," said Donald Stern, the former U.S. attorney for Massachusetts. "I have to say, I couldn't think of a better choice than Bob Mueller."
Rep. Keating Calls For Obstruction Of Justice Inquiry Following Reports Trump Asked Comey To Drop Flynn Probe
Keating also said he believes the president's divulgence of classified intelligence to Russian officials is likely to have a "chilling effect" on our relationships with allies that will hurt American national security.