Mueller's Hard Club Bang

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As global fans celebrate the 50th anniversary of a groundbreaking recording of The Beatles, SGT. PEPPER’S MUSICAL REVOLUTION, The Federal Bureau of Investigation has decided to re-group and bring the investigating band back together. Sgt. Pepper’s Musical Revolution. http://www.pbs.org/video/3001103801/

My tocayo, special counsel Robert Mueller, who is a former FBI Director with extensive Washington DC expertise, is assembling a team of top-flight attorneys with extensive experience in high-profile cases to handle the probe into the Trump team’s ties to Russia. One key assistant is Andrew Weissman, who left his post as head of the criminal fraud unit of the US Justice Department. Hang on, because this one is going to be bumpy.

The American people deserve answers to the following questions. What did Comey write down? Are there more memos? What do they say? What will Republicans do about it?

How long until the investigation is over? Think two years, say former federal prosecutors. Everything we know about the Mueller probe so far http://politi.co/2rweE79 via @politico

Meanwhile, the relationship between the president and his attorney general has gone from bad to worse with Mr. Sessions now offering to resign. Attorney General Jeff Sessions suggested he could resign amid rising tension with President Trump - ABC News - http://abcn.ws/2sPXwab via @ABC

As the pressure increases, there is progressively increasing intrigue in advance of Comey’s Thursday testimony. Comey Told Sessions: Don’t Leave Me Alone With Trump https://nyti.ms/2rSmEA1

72% of U.S. doesn't trust what Trump says about Russia ties: poll http://nydn.us/2sg0Jn0

Watergate ‘pales’ in comparison to Trump-Russia scandal, says ex-spy chief James Clapper http://cnb.cx/2sCRSsW

Comey expected to refute Trump @CNNPolitics http://cnn.it/2ryRFbP