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Giuliani claims Trump ‘immune’ from special counsel Mueller subpoena

Rudolph W. Giuliani, a new lawyer on President Trump’s team, claimed a broad constitutional immunity for his client from being subpoenaed in a criminal proceeding, a predictable claim but one unsupported by any Supreme Court decision. He cited the “Founding ...

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Trump says attorney-client privilege is ‘dead’ in wake of FBI raid targeting his attorney

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump lashed out Tuesday at prosecutors for the FBI raids of his longtime personal attorney’s Manhattan office, home and hotel room, claiming that it signals an end of attorney-client privilege. “Attorney-client privilege is dead!” the president ...

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Dana Boente, former top Justice Department official now at FBI, has been interviewed by Mueller

WASHINGTON – Dana Boente, the former acting attorney general who now serves as general counsel at the FBI, has been interviewed by the special counsel’s office and turned over handwritten notes that could be a piece of evidence in the ...

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Trump said not to be target of probe

WASHINGTON – Special Counsel Robert Mueller III informed President Donald Trump’s attorneys last month that he is continuing to investigate the president but does not consider him a criminal target at this point, according to three people familiar with the ...

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‘You’re not going to save anybody’: What the last person to rebuff an independent counsel subpoena would say to Sam Nunberg

Refusing to comply with a subpoena from the Russia probe’s special counsel Robert S. Mueller III – as former Trump aide Sam Nunberg has vowed to do – could have real consequences. Susan McDougal, a former business partner of President ...

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