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There are 6 possible reports Mueller could send — none of them are good for Trump

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller is expected to deliver his full report in the coming weeks, which will wrap up the nearly 2-year investigation into Russia interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Attorney General William Barr will receive the full reports. However, it is unclear whether he will share the report in its entirety to Congress or the American public.

But no matter what the report may show, some factors could be potentially damaging according to Wire.

1. Mueller can identify “impeachment worthy” behavior from Trump

Mueller could provide a “detailed guide” that serves as a “road map” to impeachment for the president. “This might be the most compelling conclusion for Mueller if he’s abiding by the Justice Department’s policy that the sitting president can’t be indicted, but he has identified criminal behavior by the president himself,” the report said.

2. Mueller could release a detailed narrative report that explains the relationship Russia has with Trump and his allies.

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Mueller could release a detailed narrative report that explains Trump’s plus his allies relationship with Russia. It would be a”sweeping” report and provide intricate details harming the president.

3. He releases final round of indictments

He could release more indented, in alignment with people and organizations that have already been indicted. This would farther prove that Trump has surrounded himself with criminals. Mueller might have a “final overarching conspiracy indictment, one that connects Americans to the Russian attack on the election—either via WikiLeaks, Russian intelligence asset Konstantin Kilimnik,” the report said.

4. We get a “progress report”

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Mueller could release a progress report, which would hurt Trump because it signals that he has more avenue and area he is interested in investigating.

“This scenario could also include multiple reports—concerning perhaps not just the Russian probe but broader investigations into the foreign influence,” according to Wire.

5. He unseals his indictments

There have been multiple sealed indictments filed. However, it is unclear if they are all in connection with Mueller’s case. “The idea of piling up sealed indictments would have been the smartest way for Mueller to ensure that if he was fired, his case lived on,” a report said. It has also been reported that Trump could be under sealed indictment, and if unsealed would cause a challenge to see if a sitting president can be indicted or now.

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6. He refers active cases to other prosecutors

This will ensure that his works lives on, and that Trump is not only investigated for his relationship with Russia, but that his family and money ties are looked at too.

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Trump boasts voters will ‘demand’ he remain president after his second term ends in bonkers tweetstorm

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In yet another attack on the New York Times and the Washington Post, Donald Trump suggested Americans will "demand" he stay on president after his second term concludes.

Taking to Twitter, Trump wrote, "A poll should be done on which is the more dishonest and deceitful newspaper, the Failing New York Times or the Amazon (lobbyist) Washington Post! They are both a disgrace to our Country, the Enemy of the People, but I just can’t seem to figure out which is worse? ."

He then added, "The good news is that at the end of 6 years, after America has been made GREAT again and I leave the beautiful White House (do you think the people would demand that I stay longer? KEEP AMERICA GREAT), both of these horrible papers will quickly go out of business & be forever gone!"

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A historian explains why 2019 marks the beginning of the next 74-year cycle of American history

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A century ago, historian Arthur Schlesinger, Sr. argued that history occurs in cycles. His son, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., furthered this theory in his own scholarship. As I reflect on Schlesinger’s work and the history of the United States, it seems clear to me that American history has three 74-year-long cycles. America has had four major crisis turning points, each 74 years apart, from the time of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 to today.

The first such crisis occurred when the Founding Fathers met in Philadelphia in 1787 to face the reality that the government created by the Articles of Confederation was failing. There was a dire need for a new Constitution and a guarantee of a Bill of Rights to save the American Republic. The founding fathers, under the leadership of George Washington, were equal to the task and the American experiment successfully survived the crisis.

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Self-preservation fuels the Democratic base’s lurch to the left — before the rich take it all

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In 2016 all the corporate news media outlets, NPR included, predicted that Trump would lose. They just did not recognize the discontent in America’s rust belt because the economic dislocation that had, and continues to define life there, was just not part of their personal frame of reference.

They thought the country was several years into a recovery and the national aggregate unemployment data they had commissioned confirmed it. But nobody lives or votes in the aggregate. And it wasn’t until Trump flipped the 200 counties that Obama had carried twice, that the corporate news media started paying some attention.

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