By the time President Donald Trump had passed through the prime rib buffet at Mar-a-Lago on Thursday to sit for dinner with family and a top aide, the damning picture Robert Mueller's report painted of his presidency had become clear.
In his report into Russian interference in the 2016 election, special counsel Robert S. Mueller III cites instance after instance of President Trump pushing to end the investigation, scale back its scope and influence witnesses involved in the probe — all with an intent that could amount to criminal obstruction of justice.
The Justice Department plans to release a lightly redacted version of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s 400-page report Thursday, offering a granular look at the ways in which President Trump was suspected of having obstructed justice, people familiar with the matter said.
The Justice Department has ruled that undocumented immigrants who apply for asylum in the U.S. must be detained while their cases are considered. Attorney General William Barr says asylum-seekers who demonstrate "credible fear" are no longer eligible to be released on bond.