Republicans say there are "numerous reports emerging almost every day" of Robert Mueller and his team engaging in conflicts of interest
It's unclear whether legislation to protect Mueller would be unconstitutional in limiting the president’s powers.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions will attend instead of the president.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island said it is now crucial to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
It is customary for the president and former FBI directors to attend installation ceremonies.
During 1973's "Saturday Night Massacre," firing the independent prosecutor fell on the solicitor general.
The Russia probe's special counsel is targeting officials close to President Trump for questioning.
The warrant could transform the scope of the inquiry and the legal strategy of the people in Mueller's sights.
The special counsel is investigating criminal activity related to Moscow and the Trump campaign, which is important. Equally critical: his counterintelligence probe.
Bipartisan House representatives are joining the Senate in trying to protect the special counsel.
Hicks is one of six past and current Trump administration aides whom Robert Mueller reportedly wants to question.
Robert J. Higdon Jr. is Trump’s pick for U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Congressional interest in impeachment could be a reason for conveying the grand jury’s decision to Congress.
Former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus is among those said to be of interest to the special counsel.
Manafort ran Trump’s campaign for three months and attended Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer in June 2016.
The use of a grand jury suggests the Russia probe will go on and on, to the president's chagrin.
Ronnie Abrams recused herself suddenly from the emoluments lawsuits last month.
The Republican lawmaker said the special counsel's previous relationship with James Comey was a conflict of interest.