Sunday Talks: Maria Bartiromo Interviews Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey….

Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey appears on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the ongoing issues with the special counsel appointed by Asst. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

Mr. Mukasey’s largest point of concern is how the Special Counsel was initiated, and the lack of public knowledge of the investigative intent.

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96 Responses to Sunday Talks: Maria Bartiromo Interviews Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey….

  1. missilemom says:

    Mukasey’s pepto bismal take on Comey’s book is priceless.

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    • Carrie says:

      I really enjoyed hearing him throw Comey under the bus! And then he backed that bus right over him again! I was laughing so hard! That’s got to hurt Comey because Mukasey is so well respected.

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      • MM says:

        LOL…
        Comeys book review by Mukasey is worth repeating………..

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      • Rex70 says:

        I wonder if Mukasey could be convinced to resume the AG role–or is his name, though respected, too closely linked with Dubya to gain the confidence of the public…???

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Not sure about this. I’ve read that part of the problem with the DOJ is that the Bush Administration didn’t clear out the Clintonistas from within the DOJ, just added a few Bush people. So when BO was elected, the DOJ dumped the Bushies, kept the Clintonistas, and then finished destroying the DOJ by adding packing in all the radical Lefties they could dig up.

          So, I’d want to know more about Mukasey’s role in this. Did he want to dump the Clintonistas but his hands were tied? Did he not find that a priority? Enquiring minds want to know!

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          • Deplorable_Infidel says:

            “the Bush Administration didn’t clear out the Clintonistas from within the DOJ, just added a few Bush people. So when BO was elected, the DOJ dumped the Bushies, kept the Clintonistas, and then finished destroying the DOJ by adding packing in all the radical Lefties they could dig up.”

            So now we have 24 years of corruption throughout the Federal Government (starting with the Clinton Administration). Plenty of time for the scum to rise to the top of every Federal agency

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            • Mary Morse says:

              IMO, it went back further.

              Rember the S and L bailout under Bush Sr.?

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              • Orygun says:

                It destroyed my solvent S&L by encouraging them to take on debt and then dissolving them for having too much debt. It was a typical fascist move to put all the banking in a few “too large to fail” banks. The Bushes were another side of the same coin. The Clintons were just more open about their corruption.

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                • Mary Morse says:

                  As I recall, the banks that failed in my area were involved in housing rehab finance deals that partnered federal (HUD), state (housing finance agencies), and local investment. Much of the money disappeared.

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          • Great point, Sylvia!

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      “Every page”. False piety, false humility…

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  2. NC PATRIOT says:

    Finally—-the “highly respected” Mueller and the band of prosecutors who surround him is getting greater public examination—–as to motive and method! Dems are being quiet. WHY?

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    • Madeline Huffnagle says:

      Because the Dems are learning that Yates, and at least 4 others in the FBI have spilled their guts before departing, and they did not resign as was said, they were fired. I hope Dems are shaking in their shoes.

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    • GB Bari says:

      “….getting greater public examination”. That may soon become a public colonoscopy.

      “Dems are being quiet. WHY?”
      a. Well, they’re never quiet. The media ARE the Dems. And they’re never quiet. They are demonstrably lying and off-target, but never quiet.
      b. Judges Ellis and Friedrich have thrown them two curveballs that both went in for strikes. So the Commies are formulating yet another “Plan B.” (I’ve lost count of how many this makes so far..)

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Where’s Schumer? Very quite.

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  3. gndwsevery1 says:

    Can we get this Mukasey guy as the new AG? He have any relevant experience or anything?

    In this interview, he comes across a lot more articulate and on-side than most of the ppl who are allegedly “on the president’s team”…

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    • MVW says:

      “In this interview, he comes across a lot more articulate and on-side than most of the ppl who are allegedly ‘on the president’s team’…”

      My thoughts exactly. I am aching for some sanity.

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    • Mary Morse says:

      https://www.thedailybeast.com/this-is-why-natalia-veselnitskaya-was-in-new-york
      …”That was the same day that Michael Mukasey, who served as attorney general under George W. Bush, appeared before a panel of three judges on the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to argue that Prevezon—the Kremlin-tied company then charged with hiding a fraction of a $230 million Russian tax scheme in Manhattan luxury real estate—should be allowed to keep a lawyer it had effectively poached from the other side.
      “…

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  4. Carrie says:

    Maybe Nunes has to go after the memo? He could maybe see it in the SCIF and then fight to have it unredacted (because I bet it doesn’t affect national security).

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  5. Paul says:

    Mukasey said bring the memo or bring a toothbrush

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  6. daughnworks247 says:

    Judge Ellis, Mukasey, and Manafort’s attorney (yes, Judge Ellis, I worked for the DOJ for 15 years and under Rosenstein for 5 years. Rosenstein would have created a memo – cuz he’s a real stickler for memos), have restored my faith.
    We do have good guys.

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  7. One thing that I find confusing. Rosenstein, it is reported, told Trump recently he is not under investigation. If this is the truth then Rosenstein`s extension of Mueller`s mandate could be far more explosive than anyone realizes and this investigation now really has nothing to do with Trump. Thoughts?

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    • MVW says:

      Judge Ellis thinks Rosenstein’s DOJ (Jeff not in sight) are lying through their teeth.

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    • Chickficshun says:

      He was a “subject” of an investigation. Nudge nudge wink wink. Just a “subject”. These people and their word games.

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    • Carrie says:

      I’m prepared for the worst. That President Trump is the subject of the investigation and they’ve been lying all along. With language like “to investigate all actors in contact with PT before, during and after the election”. Comey lied repeatedly and he was responsible with McCabe for the FISA warrant. And Rosenstein is also obviously a liar, he renewed the warrant and then signed the no-knock warrant for Cohen (which still warrants more legal scrutiny, because I still cannot get over that).

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “they’ve been lying all along.”

        Unconstitutionally laying groundwork for impeachment, according to Mark Levin, Joe diGenova and Dan Bongino

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      I think Gingrich said you can become a target in a nanosecond. Word games to give them breathing room.

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  8. MVW says:

    What’s the crime? If it ain’t Russia Why is Jeff still recused? And why is it secret? Why isn’t Rosenstein recused? For whatever reason Jeff is recused he should have resigned long, long time ago.

    This hair ball has been there for far, far too long.

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    • I think Sessions will either have to un-recuse himself at this point. Or resign/be fired.

      If he un-recuses, then my weary confidence will be restored.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      Ok for the last damned time. Listen to the clip. Sessions by LAW HAD to recuse based on the the fact he was the HEAD of Trump’s foreign policy advisory committee of Trumps Campaign. THE SC was to be about the RUSSIAN INFLUENCE WITH THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN.

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      • bessie2003 says:

        Which would mean that the SC has also put Sessions under the microscope, investigatively, too. Perhaps even his family members just as the SC has been going after other people’s family members like Gen. Flynn’s son, and Manafort’s wife.

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      • Critical Mass says:

        Well said. The law is based on facts, evidence, deductive reasoning and due process, not emotion and personal opinion.

        Sessions did exactly the right thing legally by recusing himself. it was also a sensible decision from a political and practical perspective. Any involvement on his part in the investigation would have given fodder for the Dementocrats to make strident cries for impeachment or some other cockamamie accusation..

        There are times when the animosity to Sessions becomes quite irrational, and amounts to Sessions Derangement Syndrome. No-one is above criticism, but for the life of me I don’t see any valid basis for the criticism as yet.

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        • Sayit2016 says:

          I agree with you. I do not get it. Sessions has ALWAYS been about the rule of law, for the whole of his career. It is said the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior.

          I get that people are antsy. I get that people are tired of this crap. I truly do. We all see something so unbelievably wrong being done in our country and that it SCREAMS for Justice. Because it deserves Justice.

          The US GOV in not a well oiled corporation, it is a behemoth of an structure, where it appears they have 5 committee’s doing the same thing, so this has to clear all of these committees, and of course has to clear all of the the LE agencies and courts. It is mind boggling.

          There are millions of pages of documents thus far…more to come. There has been so much hidden, and much they are STILL trying to hide.

          Patience is not simply the ability to wait – it’s how we behave while we’re waiting, because, the the two most powerful warriors are patience and time.

          “Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.” ~ Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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          • MGBSE says:

            …ok…then what is Nunes doing with his threatened action against sessions and rosenstein?

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            • Sayit2016 says:

              That seems pretty clear to me- he wants information that he is not getting. If this is in any way connected to the campaign or the investigation of the campaign- Sessions is recused from all aspects of that – so seems to me since Session is recused, this is about Sessions needing Rosenstein to comply OR show cause why he can not.

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              • Now that I can go with. He seems to be letting RR run rogue, though.

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                • Sayit2016 says:

                  Congress is feckless, spineless, weak and stupid. They can stop this BS. RR has so many obvious conflicts of interest even a blind man can see it. Like I said cluster of clusters !

                  I will never forget the State of the Union Address under Obama where he said he would like to be able to go around congress to enact his agenda and the joint congress CLAPPED. I was stunned.

                  In watching John Adam a few years back- I was amused when even for that small membered congress at the time, he was yelling about the fact ” CONGRESS WILL NOT ACT”. Seems like nothing has changed in over 200 years

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      • George says:

        It is awfully funny that our team must play by the srictist set of rules. But their team never lets rules the law or anything get in their way. This is why we lose.

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        • Sayit2016 says:

          George, It is absolutely maddening and any other crazy making term there is out there. I just listened to the video’s and I am angry ALL over again. There is no doubt to the most even handed listener that these evil people broke laws right and left in broad daylight. This BS of Hillary’s ” intent” issue.

          For example I did not INTEND to hit someone with my car and kill them does that make me any less responsible ? Am I not subject to fine, trial etc ?

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      • But since Muh Russia Campaign Collusion is a non starter, shouldn’t he be able to un-recuse without penalty?

        Please don’t hit me. 😢

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        • Sayit2016 says:

          GIT– I would NEVER hit you I enjoy reading your posts. ; )

          I think there would have to be a legal rendering/decision that there was No Russian collusion with the Trump campaign to reverse the recusal.

          I just do not know what the law says on this. This whole thing is the cluster XXXX of the century. There is something about Mueller that gut wise gets me crossways. To date I have not see ONE honorable action from this man. Not one.

          Usually I can ferret out a good quality with a person, I can usually see that by a simple observation of their behavior or words. I simply don’t see it with him. My thought is he was put in place to take out Trump by any means possible. But why and by whom?

          There is NO evidence of a crime – the FBI by- laws state you can not indict a sitting President. So what is the point of all of this. ??? Other than to cause chaos to the our country that President Trump is doing his damnedest to fix.

          My head spins everyday over this nonsense.

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  9. John Rawls says:

    Judge Ellis has demanded to see the revised scope letter.
    (1) Does that mean the defense will also get to see it?
    (2) Prosecution asserts no classification procedures will be required. Does this undercut the suspicion that Title 1 authority was used to collect info against Manafort?

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    • Carrie says:

      Excellent questions. Hopefully ristvan will read this and weigh in. I’m not sure they think everyone knows about the Title one authority- maybe they are trying to pretend first that they collected everything from a Title 3. This judge is no fool and I’m sure will want to see all of the appropriate paperwork and, most importantly, the timing. He will sniff out immediately if they rolled the Title 1 into a Title 3.

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    • deqwik2 says:

      The judge said he would see the memo “under seal” which means Manafort’s lawyers will Not get to see it. The judge will be the only one to read it.

      I am not sure about what happens after the judge reads it. Some say he could decide that it should remain under seal or be seen by the public but for the time being, the fact is that it is “under seal”.

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  10. Julia Adams says:

    Internal audits and oversight investigations are not supposed to be this difficult to perform. Why is the DOJ stalling on every request? Because they can as no one ever holds its leadership accountable.

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    • J Gottfred says:

      Yes, and Session’s recusal has only served to prolong the agony. It is getting more difficult with each passing day for me to continue supporting him as AG.

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  11. simicharmed says:

    Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey states- “it’s going to depend on how robust our Justice System is”… That is the most peculiar and disturbing statement I’ve heard to date. An exculpatory statement on the surface, yet it makes total sense in this post-Obama Nation of Lawlessness…

    The United States of America…A Nation of Law! I never thought this Nation, Our Nation, would ever truly need to find out how “robust” our system of Justice actually is with regards to clear criminal activities….considering the facts-of-the-matter these past couple years.

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  12. TDU_Weight says:

    Maria – It is extraordinary that throughout all this Jim Comey is on a book tour.

    Mukasey – Well, James Comey is another issue. I would suggest that you read his book… I don’t want to say with a grain of salt, but with a bottle of Pepto Bismol.

    Maria – Because…?

    Mukasey – Because it is cringe inducing on every page. He is self-laudatory, there is no story he tells of which he is not the hero, and… you can’t really reach for a character. People have suggested that he is like Inspector Javert in Les Miserables… he is worse than that. He is a combination of false humility, false piety, and false courage.

    I continue to recommend to treepers to read The Caine Mutiny by Herman Wouk, watch the 1954 movie starring Humphrey Bogart, and to watch the 1988 film adaptation The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial (based on the play of the some title by Herman Wouk) directed by Robert Altman (M.A.S.H.) in that order. The character from the novel and the films to focus on is Lt. Keefer. It will be good preparation if Comey is ever before the public again… under oath. A lesson in weaselity.

    If you do read Comey’s book, suggest reading the quotations he puts at the head of each chapter, then the index (yes, the index, like no index you have ever read before) and then the text of the book. If you do that, in that order, you will have the proper context to then read the book. And I used Pepto Bismol and Tums to get through it.

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    • wondering999 says:

      “The Caine Mutiny” (Keefer mutinies against Captain Queeg who is paranoid, mentally unstable)
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Caine_Mutiny_(film)

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      • TDU_Weight says:

        The author of the comment from Wikipedia may have read he Cliff notes but did not read the book.

        Keefer instigates others to relieve Queeg of command of the Caine and when the time comes to take responsibility for his actions he weasels his way out it and throws the blame on others using weasel language. Keefer writes a book (ostensibly about what happened in which he is the lead character and the hero) and gets a big advance (for 1944) for the publication rights. While he gets away with being a weasel in the court-martial he gets called out in the end. Jose Ferrer delivers that comeuppance in a tour de force performance every bit as worthy an Academy Award Nomination as Bogart’s acting received for the 1954 film.

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  13. Lee Moore says:

    The actual content of the 2 Aug 2017 memo is close to irrelevant. The important point is that it does NOT purport to be the grant of additional jurisdiction to Mueller. It purports to be a written statement of the specifics of the matters to be investigated under the original jurisdiction. From the back and forth in court, it looks like the original specifics were not written down in May. Note that the SC’s lawyers explicitly conceded that the May order itself was NOT a statement of the specifics. Further evidence for the absence of any written May statement is the August statement itself. Why write one in August if you’ve already got one written in May ?

    So what we seem to have is something akin to backdating documents. To be fair the Aug document is not actually backdated, it purports to be an August record of the original May instructions. That somehow were left in oral form for three months. If in August you write down the detailed terms of a contract which you agreed in May with no contemporaneous written record, and present that as evidence in, say, a tax case, your odds of finishing up in jail are pretty high.

    The key question is not whether Manafort will be able to get off on a technicality, but whether Mueller and Rosenstein have been caught lying to the court. Can they convincingly demonstrate that the Aug memo is what it purports to be – a true record of specific instructions given orally in May ? I predict the judge will be rather sceptical. Me too.

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    • 4sure says:

      Will Mueller or Rosenstein be the one’s lying to the court or will it be the lawyers actually in court presenting the arguments and “evidence”? One would assume that the lawyers arguing the case should know if it is true or false. I think the Judge will rule that he has no jurisdiction since the case should be in the DC court and will dismiss the case.

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      • Lee Moore says:

        Rosie signed the Aug 2017 document that has been presented to the court as evidence (two courts in fact.) It purports to be a record written in August of instructions given in May. If in fact it s not, then Rosie is on the hook for producing a fraudulent document. Whether Mueller is personally on the hook, I’m not so sure. Normally when your counsel produces evidence on your behalf, the court assumes it’s presented with your consent. But I guess Mueller could say, whoopsie, didn’t mean to present it as evidence and he’d probably be OK. But he’s got two weeks to produce his whoopsie otherwise he’s legally culpable with Rosie. Ditto Weissman. Obviously that all depends on my supposition being correct – ie that there were in fact no specifics given in May beyond the text of the May order (detailed specifics given orally are a joke) and the Aug memo is a fraudulent mulligan. Proving that it’s a fraudulent mulligan is hard of course, since both Rosie and Mueller have a strong incentive to claim otherwise. But if all they have to fall back on is a claim that in May (note not just “in May” but “on May 17”) it was all done orally, that’s going to smell like rotting fish even to the Dem judge in DC.

        But, regardless of what happens in court, if they can’t produce written May specifics they are both vulnerable to being fired for a flagrant breach of the DoJ regs. Indeed Rosie may have written his own suicide note with his memo shooting Comey in the head for not following proper procedure. If he’s done the same thing, he’s toast. Or at least he ought to be.

        At the risk of boring y’all, the fact that Rosie could have given Mueller additional jurisdiction in August is irrelevant. This is one place where Turley goes wrong. Rosie could have given Mueller additional jurisdiction in August. BUT HE DIDN’T. That’s not what the August memo says. The August memo says it’s setting out the specifics for the original May jurisdiction. And that’s where the fishy smell is coming from.

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        • tav144 says:

          As I understand it, the reason he’s saying it is memorializing their earlier May understanding is because Rosenstein knows that there is no regulation permitting an expansion of SC’s scope. He’s only allowed to write it once – at it’s inception.

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          • Lee Moore says:

            Rosenstein knows that there is no regulation permitting an expansion of SC’s scope. He’s only allowed to write it once – at it’s inception.

            I don’t believe that’s right. The AG can grant original jurisdiction to a Special Counsel, and then later make a grant of additional jurisdiction. Indeed even without that power the AG could make a new SC appointment (of the same guy) with a new grant of original jurisdiction. You’d then have two SCs (both of whom would happen to be the same guy.) No, the point is not that Rosie couldn’t have given Mueller jurisdiction to investigate Manafort for his ancient history of sliminess with the old Ukrainian regime, it’s that he couldn’t give that jurisdiction RETROSPECTIVELY. By the time Rosie produced his August memo, Mueller had already been investigating Manafort for the Ukraine stuff, and had already broken into Manafort’s home, frisked his wife in her nightie , and seized his papers.

            Rosie’s problem in August was how to give Mueller jurisdiction to do all this, AND BACKDATE IT TO JULY. The first bit – giving him jurisdiction – was easy. The problem was the backdating. The AG has many tools and powers, but a time machine is not one of them.

            I have a feeling that Andrew McCarthy had written an article around this time pointing out the problems with Rosie’s original grant of jurisdiction, and I don’t doubt that it was brought to Rosie’s attention. So Rosie decided to cure the problem. But unfortunately the only way he could cure it retrospectively – to make Mueller’s Manafort raid legal – was to say the August memo simply recorded the original detailed May instructions, which were, er, given orally; no honestly Judge, we’re seriously saying that. Unfortunately the cover up makes it worse. It shows that Rosie and Mueller realised that “the dog ate my detailed May instructions” wasn’t going to fly. And when you try to put the toothpaste back into the tube it doesn’t really look convincing and leaves a bit of a mess. Which is where we are. Or rather where Rosie is.

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            • tav144 says:

              I haven’t had time to vet that, but there was a former attorney on one of the threads a few days ago who said this. I could have misinterpreted him though.

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              • tav144 says:

                “former assistant U.S. attorney”. …not former attorney. LOL

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              • Lee Moore says:

                https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/28/600.4

                see 600.4 (b) – there’s no difficulty in a grant of additional jurisdiction. The only problem is granting it retrospectively. That’s why the August memo says “The following allegations were within the scope of the Investigation at the time of your appointment and are within the scope of the Order”

                Because Mueller had already been rifling through Mrs Manafort’s underwear in July, Rosenstein had to word his August memo as if it was merely a restatement of existing jurisdiction, ie scope. Although a new grant of additional jurisdiction would have been perfectly possible, such additional jurisdiction would only have come into existence on 2 August – too late to provide legal cover for Mueller’s activities in July.

                This is, alas, far from unknown when it comes to legal documents. Someone is in the middle of something with a number of important legal formalities and they realise that they’ve missed a step. The technical legal expression is “Oh crxp !” They go back and create the necessary document, and put on it the date it would have had if they’d remembered to do it at the right time. In Rosie’s case he hasn’t backdated the document, he’s merely claimed that the August document is memorialising things that happened in May. Do NOT try this if you’re an ordinary Joe, or you’ll finish up in jail. If you’re the Deputy AG, you might get away with it so long as nobody looks into it too carefully.

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    • Lori says:

      I have read that the August 2 memo is the justification memo for everything that was found in the late July raid on Manafort. After the fact, Rosenstein apparently provided cover for that over the top raid.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Manafort also has to go before a liberal judge in DC.

      BTW, Saturday night Fox News judge also has a book coming out. Judge Jeannie? ???

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  14. TDU_Weight says:

    “I love the smell of gun-decking in the morning.”

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    • Steve says:

      TDU Weight. Just an observation. You must be a former submariner. There are not many people out there that know what a TDU Weight is. Great handle!!

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  15. Joe says:

    Extraordinary!

    Love the “toothbrush line.”

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  16. stats guy says:

    I find it very interesting that Maria is always able to pull off an interesting and serious show, whereas clowns like Chrissy Wallace just do performances that mean little at the end of the day.

    We have a former AG saying that the result depends on how robust our institutions are. I gather that means he is worried too. Can the swamp, the bipartisan juggernaut, the vermin within win the day and crush the electoral process? It is very sad day when we have to wait for an answer.

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  17. NC Nana says:

    The interview between Michael Mukasey and Mara Bartiromo was excellent.

    The Federal regulations only allow Special Counsel investigations for criminal offences. How has this flawed /illegal “investigation” continued so long?? Mr. Mukasey said it was an counterintelligence investigation not a criminal investigation. BIG difference. Why, why, why???

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  18. J Gottfred says:

    “..he [Comey] is cringe inducing on every page….” – Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey

    Throughout my life, I have always sought to read the original source document. I want no filters. However in this case, I would never, ever by that criminal’s book….how low he has brought this country!

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  19. maiingankwe says:

    “…whether he is doing the Lord’s work or the devils work…”. I liked how the judge said that in respects to Mueller and his witch hunt. I also liked the judge’s soft-spokeness throughout the whole interview. He was very calm and forthright with his answers and was even willing to show a part of his personality when advising anyone to read comey’s book with some anti acids. The judge is right, Comey is the hero in every part of his book where he thought one was needed. What a buffoon.

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  20. maiingankwe says:

    “…whether he is doing the Lord’s work or the devils work…”. I liked how the judge said that in respects to Mueller and his witch hunt. I also liked the judge’s soft-spokeness throughout the whole interview. He was very calm and forthright with his answers and was even willing to show a part of his personality when advising anyone to read comey’s book with some anti acids. The judge is right, Comey is the hero in every part of his book where he thought one was needed. What a buffoon.

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  21. KittyKat says:

    I laughed out loud at his line, that the judge was within his rights to say, Bring the memo, or bring your toothbrushes.

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