• Jan 30, 2018
  • 20:05 mins

Guest: Ryan Vogel, JD, Director of the Center for National Security Studies, Utah Valley University Republicans in Congress are split over whether or not they need to pass a law that would make it more difficult for President Trump to fire Robert Mueller, the special prosecutor hired by the FBI to look into Russian meddling in the election and whether the Trump campaign colluded in that. Both the New York Times and Washington Post have reported that Trump ordered Mueller fired last summer, but his White House attorney refused.  President Trump and his allies insist the Russia probe is politically motivated by Democrats and that the FBI is out to get him.

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