Working in President Donald Trumpâs White House is about to get a whole lot harder.
Robert Mueller, the former FBI director named Wednesday as the special counsel for investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election, starts his job with an unlimited time and budget to pursue leads wherever they go.
Veterans of previous scandals from Whitewater on say that kind of scrutiny can exact a toll even on a well-functioning White Houseâwhich Trumpâs, consumed as it is by constant infighting and drama, isnât.
âThereâs always a mood in a White House. If you have a special prosecutor, that can dampen the spirit. …read more
Source: European Voice