Well, I can't find it listed yet, but its not that shocking of a revelation. There's been a dozen threads over the last 2 months detailing that exact
chain of events (Sessions Quits, Trump hires an AG who isn't afraid to fire Rosenstein/Mueller, and viola, Mueller problem is gone).
Good on you for being the first to list it for us though.
Wow that was fast.
So is this because of mueller? I had read that it was because he would not move to change the status of a certain plant on the schedule list.
Lots of money to be made in that area I hear, stocks, startups and such.
An obvious move he needs someone in office who can shut down congressional probes. Sessions took himself out of the investigations meaning there is no
one to authorize investigations. Normally the Meuller probe would not have used an independent counsel. This should have been handled in the AGs
office from the beginning. Who he chooses will be interesting if he picks someone with little or no credentials it will cause him problems maybe
including obstruction. But if he chooses a qualified candidate he should be ok
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