How Matthew Whitaker's surprise promotion will help Trump stop Mueller | View

As acting attorney general, Whitaker supplants Rosenstein as Mueller’s immediate supervisor (unless, like Sessions, he must also recuse from the matter). As such, he inherits the authority, among other things, to control the scope of Mueller’s investigation.

Trump tweet provokes consternation across Washington, where politicians from both sides have long warned that political interference in Robert Mueller's work cannot be tolerated.

Ex-FBI Agent: President Trump, don’t say ‘You’re Fired!’ to Mueller

President Trump should let Special Counsel Mueller complete his Russia probe.

It took the President mere hours after holding his post-midterms press conference to drop the inevitable bombshell.

Crowds nationwide protest Trump's move to dismiss Sessions as

Tens of thousands of protesters nationwide spent Thursday evening decrying President Donald Trump's removal of Jeff Sessions as U.S. attorney general, a move they fear threatens the independence of

Sen. Graham attempts to defend his change of tune.

Stifling Independent Investigative Agencies of Funds - The Whitaker Scenario – Martin Amidu Writes

Stifling Independent Investigative Agencies of Funds - The Whitaker Scenario – Martin Amidu Writes

Protesters across US seek to protect Russia investigation

Dozens demonstrated at the White House.

Congressional Showdown Over DOJ's Whitaker Heats Up

Washington Post, citing sources close to acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker, reports he has no intention of recusing himself from overseeing the special counsel probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election

Acting AG Whitaker has thoughts on Mueller’s Russia probe | The Sacramento Bee Acting AG Whitaker has thoughts on Mueller’s Russia probe

Trump's new acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, has thoughts on Mueller's Russia probe.

Mueller's investigation of Trump is going too far

Probing the finances of the President or his family goes beyond special counsel Robert Mueller's purview, says former federal prosecutor Matthew Whittaker.